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Monday, January 16, 2017

Midweek Music Miscellany Wed. 18th. January 2017 at 11.30AM to 12.30PM GMT at

Graham J. is pictured above & joins me on this edition of Midweek Music Miscellany on 103.2 Dublin City FM at 11.30AM Wed. 18th. January 2017.

Mary Coughlan ( picture above ) has been a great supporter in regard to Graham J. as he develops in his musical career.


Play list Midweek Music Miscellany Wed. 18th. January 2017 from 11.30AM to 12.30PM with guest Graham J.

1. Love Theme from Cinema Paradiso ( 3.22 ) - Ennio Morricone conducts The Czech National Symphony Orchestra - CD Ennio Morricone 60 Years Of Music Decca Records

2. Into My Arms ( 5.06 ) - Graham J. - CD Wild Is ...

3. Feeling Good ( 2.55 ) - Nina Simone - CD The Great Ladies Of Jazz Box Set

4. I Miss You Most On Sundays ( 5.13 - Graham J. - CD Wild Is ...

5. No Plan ( 3.41 ) - David Bowie - CD Lazarus Sony Music

6. Life On Mars ( 3.32 ) - Graham J. - CD Wild Is ...

7. Medley / Vera / We'll Meet Again ( 4.16 ) - Curtis Stigers - CD Lost In Dreams


Tuesday 17-Jan-2017 The Sunflower Bar, Union Street, Belfast with THE PHIL WARE TRIO
Wednesday 18-Jan-2017 Dolans Warehouse, Limerick with THE PHIL WARE TRIO
Thursday 19-Jan-2017 Triskel Arts Centre, Cork with THE PHIL WARE TRIO
Friday 20-Jan-2017 Billy Byrnes, Kilkenny with THE PHIL WARE TRIO
Saturday 21-Jan-2017 JJ Smyth & IMC presentation at The Worksmans Club, Dublin with THE PHIL WARE TRIO

CEO Experiment play Arthurs 28 Thomas Street Friday 20th. January 9PM
The CEO Experiment is one of a kind Piano Trio which combines delicate atmospherics and highly creative improvisations, oscillating between almost every genre in Jazz. Elements of Post-bop and Contemporary Jazz are channeled through original compositions and reworking of traditional standards, serving as a vehicle for high energy inter playing. The CEO Experiment’s music is thoughtful and inventive but also full of character, reflecting the different background and imagination of the players.

“Pianist Leopoldo Osio, electric bassist Peter Erdei and drummer Cote Calmet, who make up CEO Experiment, are three of the most outstanding exponents of their respective instruments in a city whose burgeoning jazz/improvised music scene punches well above its weight.

The trio’s subtle yet effusive dialog is one steeped in the broad jazz traditions. Whilst the music may draw inspiration from the past it resounds very powerfully in the present, reflecting the diverse musical influences of all three musicians.”

Ian Patterson – All about Jazz

GLG – (Greg Lloyd Group)

Thu, Jan 26th at 8.00pm
Venue: Arthurs Pub - Thomas St

Adm: €10.00


Greg Lloyd (piano)
Kevin Brady (drums)
Dave Redmond (bass)

The music is instrumental World Jazz, blues, classical, rock and funk all mixed up into a piano trio format inspired by the music of Avishai Cohen, Esbjorn Svensson Trio (EST), Pat Metheny Group and by Greg’s time working on the film ‘El Gusto’ with Damon Albarn (Blur, Gorillaz), an award-winning film about the lost ‘Chaabi’ music of Northern Africa. The GLG debut CD ‘Long Way Home’ has received rave reviews and radio play here and abroad, including Japan and Australia where the group is starting to make new waves.

Here’s what the critic’s are saying..

“An astonishing jazz pianist.” Tom Cahill – Totally Dublin.

“..a ruminative, mellow texture reminiscent of the Tord Gustavson Trio” Paddy Kehoe – RTE Ten.

BAN BAM triple bill
Inni-K / Ríona Sally Hartman / SELK
Whelan’s, Dublin 2
Friday 10th February 2017
Doors 8pm; Performance 8.30pm
Tickets: €15 via WAV tickets or lo-call 1890 200 078

Musical forces Inni-K, Ríona Sally Hartman and SELK come together to perform an exciting night of bold, beautiful & original music on 10th Feb in Whelan’s.

These three unique voices are highly regarded in their respective fields for their inventive approach to songwriting, as well as their distinctive performing styles. Expect original, fresh music with three bands led by innovative artists under one roof.

Date: Wed 25th January2017
Time: Doors 8pm / Show 8:30pm
Venue: St. Werburgh's Church
Ticket: €19.99 BUY NOW

A gifted multi-instrumentalist, a singularly expressive vocalist and a songwriter of rare insight, Sarah Jarosz has been described by The New York Times as “one of acoustic music’s most promising young talents: a singer-songwriter and mandolin and banjo prodigy with the taste and poise to strike that rare balance of commercial and critical success.” She has just released her fourth album, ‘Undercurrent’ – her first release since graduating with honours from the New England Conservatory of Music, and her first since relocating to New York City.

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