tramore coastguard cultural centre

Coastguard Cultural Centre, Saturday September 22nd at 8pm

midnight run

Brought to Ireland by the promoter who previously gave us “Mile 12” & “Jeff Scroggins & Colorado”, Midnight Run is a high energy, Tennessee based bluegrass band made up of four like-minded musicians who set out to create a band that ties to the rich traditions of bluegrass music and offers up fresh approach to that “high lonesome sound”.

Favorites among bluegrass enthusiast and non-bluegrass audiences alike, they keep the energy high and the audience on their feet. Midnight Run knows when their on stage, it’s not only about the music, It’s about connecting with the audience and leaving them with a memory that will last a lifetime. “Midnight Run” has been referred to as one of the most entertaining new acts on the bluegrass scene today.

Fronted by mandolin virtuoso Seth Mulder, brings an exciting approach to his mandolin style with influences of Bill Monroe, Ronnie McCoury, Doyle Lawson, Bobby Osborne and Chris Thile.On the five string banjo is Colton Powers, a Tennessee native and recent East Tennessee State University Bluegrass Graduate.On the guitar is bluegrass music award winner Rodney Worley from Calhoun, Georgia. On the Upright Bass is Max Etling from Plymouth Minnesota. Max is also a recent graduate of East Tennessee State University Bluegrass Program. Together they create a power house of music you don’t want to miss!

Price: €15

For more info click here.

Book your tickets on 051 39165.

Coastguard Cultural Centre, Love Lane, Tramore, Co. Waterford

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