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"SOME GOOD CRAIC " - New York Brogue

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Wednesday Night 1/2/13 - 8 pm - The first show of the NEW YEAR 2013 !!! Tonight on SOME GOOD CRAIC  My guests will be New York Brogue .

Started in 2007 by Danny Flinn as a "seisiun-based" concept project, hoping to bring the energy, passion, and carefree feeling of a New York Irish seisiun to an organized show, the making of the EP "Bury Me on McLean" brought Flinn together with Andrew Sharp and Matt Stapleton, two other local seisiun players. By the release of the EP in 2008, the project had solidified as a trio, but culminated in the same ideal; to bring the feel of an Irish-American seisiun to the stage. With Flinn's powerful vocals, delivering a mixture of classic and lesser-known ballads with contemporary songs of many genres; Sharp's passionate and essentric playing over a variety of instruments, covering a wide array of traditional tunes; and Stapleton's vibrant and soothing guitar and harmonies, NYB became a steady presence in bars throughout the Tristate area for the next two years.

After a two-year hiatus, New York Brogue performed as the final act at the Blackthorne Resort's Labor Day Festival 2012, in East Durham, NY. After an overwhelming reception to their return to the stage, the Boys of the Brogue decided to make 2013 their year, returning to the studio for a new EP and possible full-length to be released later in the year, as well as a slew of shows throughout the tristate and festivals during the summer.

For booking information, please contact NYBrogue@gmail.com.

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