Bio: Seacht - Irish for "seven" came about when members of the Craggy Island Band and Céol Anam Cara joined together to perform a concert at a local folk venue. Warm praises and positive response came to the seven multi-instrumentalists from this concert to now form this combined venture.
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Seacht will be performing in the pub area from 3 - 5pm. Diddely, diddely, dee......
Seacht will be performing again this year at one of the coolest coffee houses/folk venues around. Come out and relax in this great atmoshpere and see where it all came together! Music starts at 7pm.
Seacht will perform for the Friends of the Village annual St. Patrick's Day Celebration from 4:30 to 7:30 in the Atrium.
Craggy Island & Ceol Anam Cara play under their new combined name - Seacht (that's Irish for "Seven" - pronounced "Shocked"). Craggy Island Band is a little bit of folk, a little bit of blues and a lot of Irish. They play traditional Irish music, but sometimes like to "Craggy" it up a bit. Craggy Island is made up of Paddy on guitar and bodran, Gail on guitar, bouzouki and mandolin, and Susan, who likes to fiddle around. The fourth member of the trio is a green lava lamp named Seamus (green for Ireland, lava lamp for the 60’s. Céol Anam Cara features four multi-instrumentalists with a passion for traditional folk music of Ireland and the British Isles. Performing mainly dance music, Céol Anam Cara is known for their playing of jaunty jigs, pulsating polkas, rousing reels and an occasional sweet air. Songs ranging from Traditional Irish sean nos, English folk revival fare and American folk mixed up with the odd original piece all help to round out the mix. Just added - pre Show Entertainment from Celtic Rhythms School of Dance demonstrating traditional Irish step dancing AND we'll be offering discounted Irish imports at the bar. Get the jump on St. Patrick's Day!