It’s a pity St. Patrick’s Day isn’t a public holiday but here’s some good news for the lovers of all things Irish.
Coming off the big day, the Blue Mountains Music Festival in 2016 will presenta huge feast of Irish music as part of the annual celebration of folk, roots and blues on Friday, March 18through to Sunday, March 20. Acts like Moxie, The Rambling Boys, The Rumjacks and Mary Black and her band will have audienceson theirfeet and spilling Guinness in no time.
Mary Black, on her last tour of Australia, will be making her first appearance at the festival. For over a quarter-century, Blackhas been a dominant presence in Irish music, both at home and abroad. Black has released 11 studio albums all of which achieved platinum sales status and spawned countless hits.
She has shared stages, TV shows and recording studios with some of the most revered performers of her time. She has also played a front-line role in bringing Irish music, past and present, to an increasingly appreciative and ever-growing global audience.
With Blackwill be her daughter, the rising talent Roisin O.Her career took off almost immediately after she left school.She started airing her own songs at every chance she got, whether as a solo artist, a guest performer or with her band.
Support slots with artists across a wide range of styles, including Imelda May, The Coronas, Brad Paisley and her mother Mary Black for whom she sings back-up vocals, proved that Roisin O was born to perform.
The Rambling Boys are the best of old school Irish tradition.They are a group of amazing musicians with successful individual careers who have been members of various Irish traditional groups. And Moxie is a group who isinspiring audiences with their new palette of 21st century Irish music.
Much loved Irish troubadour Luka Bloom is a master of the concert stage. His incredibly sympathetic electro-acoustic guitar playing guarantees an impassioned live performance of his original, poetic and melodic songs. Bloom’s concert arsenal includes both tender and dynamic original material and a surprisingly eclectic selection of the songsof other people.
New musical palette: Irish band Moxie will perform at next year’s Blue Mountains Music Festival in Katoomba.
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