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List of Events

Fri, 9/30
Richie Bean

He's been playing in the Pacific Northwest since the late '80s, often playing lead guitar. He started out in Portland's vital and now world-famous blues scene, where he opened shows for such luminaries as Jimmie Vaughan, Walter Trout, Curtis Salgado and Paul Delay, and has played Portland's Waterfront Blues Festival.

Sat, 10/1
County Clarke

This 3-piece band from Reno, NV brings an upbeat, modern sound to the traditional tunes of Ireland. Blending the Celtic sounds of Ireland with current Celtic punk/rock bands such as Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphys, and The Pogues, it's guaranteed to be a good time.
facebook.com/groups/theClarkebrothers/

Tue, 10/4
Traditional Irish Session

Traditional Irish instrumental sessions. Every Tuesday at 7-10pm.


Fri, 10/7
Kelly Ann Miller

Back by popular demand, Soul folk with a captivating voice, Kelly Ann Miller will be a new favorite at Ceol.
Don't miss the show!
kellyannmusic.com

Sat, 10/8
Plastic Paddy

Plastic Paddy is an Irish Music trio, shaking thing up in Reno since mid 2014.
They play contemporary and classic Irish songs and tunes, as well as Americana, Maritime and Classic C&W songs.
Doyle Wayne Stewart (guitar/vocals/mandolin/flute) is a familiar face in the Reno Celtic
music scene, joined by Gabe Plank (viola played fiddle style/squeezeboxes/mandolin/vocals/guitar) and Gary Kephart (bass/foot percussion/harmony vocals/production/equipment).
They sing all the songs your grandparents brought over, but never taught you!

Tue, 10/11
Traditional Irish Session

Traditional Irish instrumental sessions. Every Tuesday at 7-10pm.


Tue, 10/18
Traditional Irish Session

Traditional Irish instrumental sessions. Every Tuesday at 7-10pm.

Fri, 10/21
Cloudship

Brandon Freeman and Jonathan Napoles had been friends for a long time before they ever played a lick of music together and for good reason. The two are quite the unlikely duo. Freeman is an RnB and rock singer while Napoles played metal for over a decade. Nonetheless, fate would eventually bring the two musicians together as the only two full-time musicians in their circle of friends. So one day the two set up all the equipment they had at their disposal and Cloudship was born.

With their unique and quirky instrumentation and Folk/Blues driven sound, Cloudship is sure to make quite a splash.
facebook.com/Cloudshipmusic

Sat, 10/22
The Grups

The band name is derived from an old Star Trek episode, where kids on a certain planet go homicidally crazy as soon as they grow up. The Grups swear this will never happen to them. Together they play original compositions and cover tunes that run the musical spectrum from Johnny Cash to Brian Eno.







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