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"We are born at the rise of the curtain and we die with its fall, and every night in the presence of our patrons we write our new creation, and every night it is blotted out forever; and of what use is it to say to audience or to critic, 'Ah but you should have seen me last Tuesday?
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Over the past 20 years musiclee established and ran the music programme for several venues including An Beal Bocht (Dublin), Mother Redcaps (Dublin), The Cobblestone (Dublin) and The Cherrytree (Dublin). Our reputation is based on quality listening concerts where the artists and the audience are treated with equal respect. Also staged concerts in Vicar Street, Whelans, The Green Room, The Village, The Button Factory, The Mercantile and many theatres, art centres and venues nationwide. 
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Featured Artist

Chris Meehan & his Redneck Friends

To reserve tickets on the day text 087-6825306 and we will hold them for you at the door.

"Chris Meehan and his Redneck Friends is the perfect festival band embracing many forms of music, including Cajun, Western Swing and a large helping of rock n' roll.... They line-up reads like Irish Music's hall of fame" 

Rory O'Connor, Festival Promoter, Sligo Live.

Saturday 3rd May

The line-up consists of

Chris Meehan, piano/vocal,
Bobby Kelly, acoustic guitar/vocal,
Eamon Murray, tenor sax,
Brian Harris and Francie Lenehan, electric guitars,
Percy Robinson, pedal steel guitar,
Matt Cranitch fiddle,
Gerry O’Connor viola/mandola,
Ronnie O’Flynn, bass 
Mick O’Connor, drums.
+ Guests

"Chris Meehan's characteristic exuberance is detectable right through this colourful collection of Country Music. There is a great natural feel to the songs and the recording carries the stamp of Jim Rooney's fresh, no nonsense production. Performed with affection and altogether charming, listening to it is a pleasurable journey"
- Donal Lunny, (Planxty, The Bothy Band and Moving Hearts).

Adm: 15€ (Show only - 9.30pm)

35€ Meal + Show (From 7.30pm)

Saturday 3rd May

The Purty Loft, Dun Laoghaire - (01) 284 3576

Booking click here


The following acts are currently available for bookings.

For details email contact (at) musiclee,ie


Tangled Roots

with Eleanor Shanley, Frankie Lane, Paul Kelly, Brendan Begley & Mike Hanrahan.

The recession is now officially over. Folk the Recession is calling it a day so it must be over!. During the three years since its launch Folk the Recession has toured nationally and internationally with various combinations of Eleanor Shanley, Frankie Lane, Paul Kelly, Seamus Begley, John Spillane, Tommy Sands, Brendan Begley, Mick Hanly and Mike Hanrahan.

The most recent line up of Eleanor Shanley, Frankie Lane, Paul Kelly, Brendan Begley and Mike Hanrahan have bonded to such an extent that they have decided to bid farewell to the recession but continue together under a new name. Henceforth they will be known as Tangled Roots.  The name sits perfectly as this line-up continue to mesh together an eclectic mix of roots, folk and traditional music from around the world.


Gavin Glass and the Tourettes

Bluesy Americana Rock and Roll

Gavin Glass - Guitar, Piano, Mandolin.
Phil Clarke - Guitar/Vocals
Michael McLennan - Piano/Hammond/Vocals
Ciaran Oman - Bass
Scott Halliday - Drums

Niall Lawlor - Pedal Steel

Click here to see Gavin joined by Lisa Hannigan.


The Quicksand Band

Influences of country, folk, rock and soul, with a contemporary edge.

with Justin Corr, Phil Clarke, Shay Cosgrave and Eoin Melinn.

Click here for youtube sample.


Chris Meehan and his Redneck Friends

Chris Meehan, piano/vocal,
Bobby Kelly, acoustic guitar/vocal,
Eamon Murray, tenor sax,
Brian Harris and Francie Lenehan, electric guitars,
Percy Robinson, pedal steel guitar,
Matt Cranitch fiddle,
Gerry O’Connor viola/mandola,
Ronnie O’Flynn, bass and
Mick O’Connor, drums.



7 pce male a capella.
It is rare to find a group of singers and musicians who can combine strong backgrounds in Irish traditional, folk and contemporary popular music with an a capella singing ability developed through classical choral music. This is the potent mix Coda bring to their music. Drawing on vocal talent from the west of Ireland, Coda are seven singers who started developing their own approach to vocal performance 2 years ago.

Though all of the group now reside in Mayo, Mike Cannon is the only native Mayoman of the group. Declan Askin hails from Ballyshannon, Steve Bryant from Wales, Leonard Kelly from Oranmore in Galway, Brian Lennon from Kiltyclogher in Leitrim, Alan Drumm from Dublin and Conall Ó Domhnaill who grew up in Kells, Co Meath.

The lads are all members of Cór Mhaigh Eo, a Mayo-based choir, which has achieved national and international recognition, Brian being the choir’s director since 2004. About three years ago, having sung together at various hooleys and sessions, the lads decided to have a go at putting together a smaller group, resulting in coda. They meet on a regular basis and in their spare time, have worked on the arrangements of the songs they’ve chosen for the album and many more besides.

Coda offer an exciting new perspective on an eclectic mix of musical styles including Celtic and North American music, traditional and contemporary folk songs, original compositions and popular songs from sources as diverse as Clannad, Tom Waits, Van Morrison and The Beatles. Coda’s wide-ranging repertoire comprises both a capella arrangements and songs with instrumental accompaniment as well as traditional Irish music. Thrown into the mix is the newly composed ‘Mayo Home’ penned by Declan Askin, which they performed at the Westport Festival 2013 and on RTÉs ‘Up for the Match’ Sept ’13, accompanied by the Westport-based Clew Bay Pipe Band.

Guitar: Mike Cannon and Declan Askin
Flute and low whistle: Brian Lennon
Mandolin and Banjo: Steve Bryant
Harmonica: Declan Askin


Éamonn de Barra
(flute, vocals, keyboard),
Aogán Lynch (concertina whistles),
Mick Brodrick ( Bouzouki)
Daire Bracken (fiddle vocals guitar)
Dave Curley (Vocalsmulti instrumentalist)


If you would like a musician or act from our artist page to perform a house gig let us know. All you need is a minimum of 30seats and 30 friends who will pay a minimum of 10€ (depending on act). Email contact (at)
Click on Artists button to see the list of acts musiclee has worked with over the years.