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Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Midweek Music Miscellany Wed.18th. February 2015 from 11.30AM to 12.30PM on

Carole Nelson ( Zrazy & Carole Nelson Piano Trio ) guests on MMM by Sean Brophy on Mixcloud

Carole Nelson joined me on Midweek Music Miscellany today Wednesday 18th. February 2015 on 103.2 Dublin City FM

Play list Midweek Music Miscellany Wed. 18th. February 11.30AM to 12.30PM

1. What Is This Thing Called Love ( 4.34 ) - Bill Evans - CD Portrait In Jazz as part of Bill Evans Three Classic Albums Plus 2014 RELEASE

2. You Make Me Happy ( 4.01 ) - Zrazy - SINGLE
IRISH ARTIST - 2014 RELEASE in IRELAND & just released in UK

3. Angel Walking ( 5.51 ) - Zrazy - CD Dream On

Zrazy Fundraiser for Marriage Equality
Thursday MARCH 12th. 2015
Zrazy Fundraiser for Marriage Equality
Thursday, March 12 at 7:30pm
Gotham South Restaurant for tickets.

4. My Old School ( 5.35 ) - Steely Dan - CD Can't Buy A Thrill ( 1972 ) MCA Records

5. Girl Talk ( 3.53 ) - Boylan Buckley Evans - CD Soulful Days Lucca Records
On Feb 20th. at The Bello Baras part of Trio Trio Piano Series - see below

Boylan Buckley Evans Trio

Fri, Feb 20th at 8.00pm
Venue: The Bello Bar, Portobello

Adm: €10.00

Cian Boylan - Piano
Damian Evans - Double Bass
Hugh Buckley - Guitar

First in the new Trio Trio Piano Series presented by Allen Smyth and Sponsored by Piano Plus.

Francesco Turrisi is a last minute replacement for Cian Boylan on this outing.

Cian Boylan is recognized as one of Ireland’s leading pianists, working across many musical genres including jazz, rock & pop, and film & theatre, and collaborating with established Irish and international artists. An extremely versatile musician, he is equally at home as a jazz and session pianist as he is arranging and composing for orchestra, big band and smaller ensembles.

He has performed and recorded with many leading Irish and International pop and rock artists, including: Van Morrison, Duke Special, Camille O’Sullivan, Imelda May, Declan O’Rourke, Cathy Davey, Jerry Fish, Mary Coughlan, Juliet Turner, Westlife, Aslan, Paddy Casey, Vyvienne Long, RTE Concert Orchestra, Ulster Orchestra, Riccardo Cocciante, Robin Gibb, Sister Sledge, and LeAnn Rimes. As a pianist he has performed in some of the most prestigious venues and concert halls around the world, including Europe, USA, Russia, China, and the Middle East

6. Cry Baby ( 5.15 ) - Zrazy - CD Private Wars

7. Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home ( 3.20 ) - Earl Hines - CD A Monday Date as part of CD Earl Hines Four Classic Albums Plus

Lunchtime Vocal Recital St.Ann’s Church, Dawson Street

A programme of Handel,Brahms, Bellini, Poulenc, Fauré,Strauss and many more.

Lorna Breen Shira Brady Accompanied by: Soprano Mezzo-Soprano Catriona McElhinney Grimes

Friday 20th February 2015 1.30 - 2.30 St. Ann’s Church Dawson Street Dublin 2.

Free Admission Donations Welcome

Note Productions presents
Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin 2
Friday 6th March 2015 at 8.00pm
Line up:
Jeff Ballard (drums)
Kevin Hays (piano)
Lionel Loueke (guitar)
Reid Anderson (electronics)

Tickets: €24 a/v from

Jeff Ballard is one of the standout jazz drummers of his generation, a humming engine of poly-rhythm and an ace of earthy texture. He is best known for his work behind leaders like Chick Corea, Pat Metheny, Joshua Redman, and Brad Mehldau. Here he takes a turn as bandmaster with a quartet featuring the talents of Reid Anderson from The Bad Plus, Blue Note legend in the making Lionel Loueke, and the prolific Kevin Hayes.

" of the leading modern voices on his instrument" - New York Times on Jeff Ballard

They ride the rides. They take a turn riding all of them. These rides, which make up this amusement park, should be built in places perfect, well studied. It takes a certain strength to build, to manage, and to coordinate.

These and other qualities Mr. Ballard must have thought about, a cultured and refined musician, when he decided to call his latest creation Fairgrounds. Whomever likes can participate, the only requirement is that they are emotionally committed.

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