Found this video from October 2016 that illustrates what we heard that September from Barrule. Our crowd loved them! “Live! Folklife Concert: Barrule (The Laxey Reels)
#FBF 2016 for the Isle of Man band, Barrule. They did a great video for their Celtic Connections gig, have a look! They are all working on different projects now and in a future post, we will catch up with what they are all up to!
Samples from #Barrule‘s first CD:
Thanks O’Connor Irish Radio Show for support: The Barrule Salon Concert is Sunday, September 18th at 7pm in the Fifth Province Lounge. Tickets are $20 for adults, and children 18 and under are free. To purchase tickets, click below, call 773-282-7035, ext. 10 or buy at the door.
Thanks Hagerty Irish Hour for support: The Barrule Salon Concert is Sunday, September 18th at 7pm in the Fifth Province Lounge. Tickets are $20 for adults, and children 18 and under are free. To purchase tickets, click below, call 773-282-7035, ext. 10 or buy at the door.
Here are four Manx jigs from @Barrule, who present their fresh take on traditional and contemporary Manx music at our next Salon Concerts Chicago on Sunday, 9/18. What’s that you say? You’ve never heard music from the Isle of Man? Now’s your chance! Click here for tix and info. http://bit.ly/2b4fC2r
Traditional Music fans won’t want to miss the sensational Manx band, Barrule at the Irish American Heritage Center Sunday, September 18 in the Fifth Province Lounge.
Barrule are a trio that plays mostly Manx (as in from the Isle of Man) traditional music and they set Milwaukee Irish Fest 2016 abuzz with their arrangements, skillful performances, and powerful stage presence. Their performances included a familiar mix of jigs, polkas, reels, songs in Manx Gaelic and English, and modern compositions. The melodies are undeniably Gaelic in nature and fans of Scottish and Irish traditional music will find much to enjoy.
Their two studio recordings have received rave reviews and have earned them featured performance spots in prestigious international music festivals like the Edinburgh Fringe, Festival Interceltique de L’Orient in Brittany, The National Celtic Festival in Melbourne, Australia, and Celtic Colours, a highly regarded festival in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
Read about this exciting band at http://www.barruletrio.com/
Ticket info at http://www.irish-american.org/event/barrule-salon-concert/