Video sample of #Anish, Aidan O’Toole #TheMuckBrothers member @IAHF #irishmusic

Continuing on with Salon Concert Performers appearing at Irish American Heritage Festival, here is a video of Anish with Aidan O’Toole, Chris Bain and Jackie Moran.. Aidan O’Toole is one of the Muck Brothers, who are appearing Friday, July 10, 2015 at 6:30pm!


Thanks – Anish & Academy of Irish Music! #irishmusic


Thanks again to our Friday Night headliners, Anish, who gave a very fine account of themselves by playing over two solid hours of songs and tunes. It was nice to see these guys re-creating and adding to the sounds that made them a stalwart in the late 90s and early-mid 2000s. They still bring it!



And also a great big thanks to the young men and women of the Academy of Irish Music, who opened with a beautiful set of their own arrangements for winds and strings.





Tonight! Tickets at Door! ANISH! 4626 N Knox, Chicago. #irishmusic @iahcchicago Should be a great night of tunes and songs!


Tonight! You can get your tickets at the Door! Irish American Heritage Center 4626 N Knox, Chicago. Should be a great night of tunes and songs!

Thanks Francis O’Neill Club for listing ANISH concert! #irishmusic

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Thanks to the Francis O’Neill Ceili and Set Dancing Club for listing tonight’s Salon Concert in their Newletter:

“ANISH – IAHC – Friday, February 13
“Join us for a great evening of traditional Irish music with Chicago band, ANISH.
Friday, 8:00 – 10:00 PM ANISH is a three piece group from Chicago featuring Aidan O’Toole on guitar and vocals, Chris Bain on fiddle and Jackie Moran on percussion and banjo.

The group plays tunes with a energetic modern flair and mix with contemporary songs treated to a more acoustic organic touch.

Aidan O’Toole hails from Galway City, Ireland, but has called Chicago his home for the past 20 years. Playing with his band Anish, solo shows, as well as his other bands The Muck Brothers and Tin Lynott, he has put his footprint into the Chicago Irish music scene at venues such as Martyrs, Navy Pier, The Curragh, Ballydoyle Pubs, and Celtic Crossing” (pictured are two members of the Club dancing at the first Salon Concert with Chicago Reel in 2013)

Tickets information here:

Enjoyed the Irish Radio Shows with Aidan O’Toole, Chris Bain?​ #irishmusic




If you enjoyed what you heard on Windy City Irish Radio​, Hagerty Irish Hour and Blarney on the Air​ from Aidan O’Toole​ and on O’Connor Irish Radio Show​ from Aidan O’Toole and Chris Bain​, come by the Fifth Province at the Irish American Heritage Center​ this Friday, 8pm for the Salon Concert featuring Anish. Tickets $15 and children 18 and under are free. Follow the link to purchase online or call 773-282-7035 x10 or purchase at the door!

Blarney On The Air – Aidan O’Toole – 02/09/15 #irishmusic


Great to hear that Aidan O’Toole taped a Blarney on the Air show for broadcast Monday 02/09/15 8-9pm!

Aidan O’Toole, performing with ANISH at the first Salon Concert of 2015 (02/13/15) will be on Blarney on the Air this Monday, 02/09/15! Join Shay Clarke as he welcomes Aidan O’Toole on WDCB 90.9 or streaming at WDCB.or or on Tune In or TuneIn Radio App on Monday night!


Windy City Irish Radio Podcast Up! Featuring Aidan O’Toole, listen here! #irishmusic


The Windy City Irish Radio​ Podcast is up, you can listen at the link below! “Despite the mighty cold and the heart-atttack snow, the boys have ensconced themselves in the Windy City Irish Radio studios to bring you an action-packed hour of awfully good craic. Aidan O’Toole from the band, ANISH, joins us in studio promoting their upcoming Salon Concert Series: ANISH at the IAHC. With birthday tributes abound, Mike and Tim celebrate lives lived to the fullest and remember lives lost too soon with music from Ziggy Marley and The Chieftains, Makem-Spain Brothers, Black 47, Hair of the Dog Emish, Joan Osborne, Old Blind Dogs, Imelda May, The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem, and Nanci Griffith. Join Mike Shevlin & Tim Taylor on WSBC 1240 AM or WCFJ 1470 AM from 8 PM – 9 PM each Wednesday or listen to the podcast here