Tir Nan Og, 200 Princess St. (Celtic Kitchen Party Venue)
From the Coordinators: “Conjuring up that down-home feeling where all your relatives and neighbors drop by for a traditional kitchen party – this venue is that – and more! Boasting a diversity of talent “The Celtic Kitchen Party” venue is host to a wonderful array of leading talent and backed by arguably one of the best local, or at least most active, dancin’ and singin’ party bands. Expect to hear a mix of traditional and contemporary East Coast, Irish and Scottish Celtic Music as well as a healthy dose of Pop, Classic Rock and Country- and originals! The venue will surely keep the energy high and leave you with a night to remember. Check the schedule for guest musicians! What are you waiting for? Set your night apart – be prepared to enjoy The Celtic Kitchen Party!”
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Hosted by the band the Celtic Kitchen Party
Kingston Irish Folk Club with the Henry Joys
Join us for an evening of great Celtic music and Irish dance – learn an Irish dance or play along with the Henry Joys or just come and watch the craic.
|9:00||Laura Anderson-Brick & The Celtic Kitchen Party|
Ted Chew & Colin Skinner & The Celtic Kitchen Party
Ted Chew-Mimicking perfectly the riffs and sounds of The Celtic Kitchen Party’s top 40 tunes but with our own “celtic” flavouring. This talented fiddle player covers the low end of our vocal harmonies. Colin Skinner-This founding member of the Devil’s Own Pipe Band has over 30 years of piping experience, playing with several Military and Civilian Pipe Bands, and performing for international dignitaries including Queen Elizabeth II. Neighbours are always ringing his doorbell in the middle of the night – fortunately, he is usually up practicing his pipes for the next CKP show.
Brian Flynn & The Celtic Kitchen Part
This songwriter/multi-instrumentalist (vocals, guitar, fiddle, mandolin, trumpet) is probably best known for his skills on his first instrument – the fiddle (started at the tender age of five). You’ll hear music from his classical violin origins making their way into contemporary songs! He is currently working on the follow up to 2002’s solo CD “For the Folks”.
Join us for a good, happy, fun, dumb, soulful, and mysteriously motown-y time.