Belfast Bluegrass is back: 7 Jan. 2014
When you first begin seeing bluegrass jam sessions up close, you will not believe what is happening before your eyes. Men and women standing together with instruments (guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, and bass); after the instruments are tuned, by the fourth beat of the kickoff, all the instruments will be playing.
What you will witness the first Tuesday night of each month at the Errigle Inn, 312-320 Ormeau Rd, Belfast, is a wonderful legacy left to us by Bill Monroe, a legacy from the time when he invented bluegrass music over fifty years ago. You see, when those men and women will be playing together and will be making wonderful music.
So if you can play even a little, come along. If you can’t play but love great acoustic music, come along and just listen and enjoy.
Tuesday 7 Jan 2014 8.30 p.m.
The Errigle Inn
312-320 Ormeau Rd
Belfast, Co. Antrim BT7 2GE
Tel. 028 90 641410
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