Last Sunday (Oct 21) we were honored to be so gracioulsy received at Doukenie Winery in Purcellville, VA. We love playing wineries and our peppy Irish folk music comes across as something fresh. Doukenie Winery is beautifully situated just before the first ridge of the Shanendoah mountains. We are looking forward to coming back when the weather lets play outside and fully enjoy the setting. Many thanks to all our new friends who came out to see us.
We had a really great time at Something Earthy a couple of Sundays ago (7/30/2018) and are grateful for all the friends that came out. Our next gig is out of town (Keswick Vineyards, Charlottesville, VA), Sunday afternoon 9/9. After that we’ll be playing Doukenie Winery (14727 Mountain Road | Purcellville, VA 20132) Sunday October 21, 1 to 5PM. This about a 35 minute drive from Dulles Airport so its possible some of our Virginia friends might want to come by.
Here’s a youtube video from the Something Earthy performance.
We’ll be doing an outdoor concert at Something Earthy in Laytonsville on Sunday July 29 from 5 to 8PM (24410 Hipsley Mill Rd. • Laytonsville, MD 20882 • 301.414.5435 ). As you can see below, this is a beatiful picnic setting so bring some lawn chairs and blankets. You can bring a picnic dinner or enjoy BBQ cooked on the premises. This should be a great way to enjoy a summer evening. This will be our last performance in Montgomery County for a while as we are booked out of town thru November, so we hope to see you there.
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Here’s a Youtube from we made during our 5/18/2018 practice. This is a good example of what we sound like as the sound is recorded with nothing other than a hand-held recorder.
We had a great time playing a private party last Saturday 5/12/2018. Here’s the, sounds a little formal to me (Doug), resulting testimonial:
Shannon: “We recently had the pleasure of hearing Celtic Rose, whose repertoire is largely traditional Irish music. Beautiful arrangements, great lead singing and tight harmonies. They feature fiddle, guitar and various percussion instruments. Probably the best versions of “Whiskey in the Jar” and “Wild Mountain Thyme” I’ve ever heard. Celtic Rose is the “reel” thing!”