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Clan Suibhne at Whitesbog Preservation Trust Summer Concert Series "Fiddling in the Forest" Saturday ~ August 23rd from 6 to 8 PM. https://www.facebook.com/events/303795829794167/ Enjoy the folky sounds of greengrass music, as the sun sets over the pines in historic Whitesbog Village, 120 North Whitesbog Road, Browns Mills, New Jersey 08015. The Whitesbog General Store will be open for refreshments and rest rooms. Bring your lawn chair or blanket for a superb summer evening under the stars. $5./donation per person. https://www.facebook.com/whitesbog.preservationtrust https://www.facebook.com/events/303795829794167/
Clan Suibhne at Hailey's Harp & Pub ~ Monday, April 21st 2014. Hailey's Harp & Pub is the Irish Pub that brings the right mix of bric-a-brac, food, music, and people. Classic bits of Irish culture create a distinct Celtic quality. They offer an excellent selection of beer and fine Irish whiskeys, as these are essential in an Irish pub. You will also find the famous Irish "craic" which means "good conversation and a fun, friendly, and exuberant environment".
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Clan Suibhne @ the 2013 Somerset County Fair Wednesday August 7th @ 8PM.
Clan Suibhne @ The 30th Annual Whitesbog Blueberry Festival
Sounds Like: Ryan's Fancy, Great Big Sea (canadian band), The Dubliners, Celtic Rebels Band, "Dublin City Ramblers" Fan Page
Bio: Clan Suibhne (pronounced Sweeney) is a family group from the Jersey Shore doing acoustic Yank-Irish-Celtic roots music.
SUIBHNE: Irish and Scottish name meaning "well-going."
The core and nucleus of the group are: John Michael Curran III and C.W. Farrell (Bonnie Prince Charlie)
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“American/Irish folk-music band, Clan Suibhne, found their pot-o-gold at the 3rd Annual Jersey Acoustic Music Awards (JAM Awards). Held on April 29, 2012, at Stage Performance Hall in Asbury Park, Clan Suibhne (pronounced Sweeney) edged out 14 other artists, and took home the award for Top New Act for their refreshing twist on old world music. Their unique “Roots” music, dubbed “Greengrass,” is a blend of traditional Irish/Celtic meets American Folk/Bluegrass tunes. “This genre existed long before the music we know as bluegrass. We were very surprised, but so honored to win an award for our music,” says Charles (C.W.) Farrell. The three Farrell brothers and cousin John Curran have become well known around the “Irish Riviera” for their signature style. They incorporate traditional instruments, including the mandolin and banjo, into traditional Irish music.”