The Seamus Ennis Arts Centre

Saturday, February 17th 2018:


Chris Luquette and the Old American Folk Trio
Chris Luquette and the Old American Folk Trio are keeping the folk process alive, performing Bluegrass fiddle tunes and vocals in the US tri-state region and beyond. They are bringing their music back across the Atlantic Ocean, returning these fiddle tunes and country songs to their roots by performing them for Irish audiences.

Chris Luquette (guitar, mandolin, banjo) is an award-winning 25-year-old guitarist and one of the most proficient and hard-working musicians that has recently emerged from the Seattle music scene. You'd be hard pressed to find another seamlessly switching from International Music to Jazz and from Rock to Bluegrass so comfortably.

Brian Duffy (mandolin, guitar and vocals) has been playing Bluegrass and Old-Time music since the early 1960's, featuring in several bands from the Eastern US, including traditional bluegrass band, The Tuesday Mountain Boys.

Andrea Westerinen (Bass and Vocals) has played bass with the award-winning Ohop Valley Boys and the Stray Dogs, contributing heartfelt vocals and a solid bass foundation for the music.

Jeff Westerinen (mandolin, fiddle, banjo and vocals) is a veteran of the five-time New York State champion Yankee Rebels and the 'International Bluegrass Music Champion' Ohop Valley Boys, singing lead and harmony vocals.

Don't miss them!

Doors Open: 8:00pm
Commences At: 8:30pm
In advance: €16 / €13
At the door: €18 / €15


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