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Galway - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970

Ecclectic Fundraiser Gig

category galway | arts and media | event notice author Tuesday June 15, 2010 10:07author by Fergal Landy Report this post to the editors

3 lives acts and DJ, main act is Senegalese performing artist Woz Kaly

An evening of music and dance with

Senegalese performing artist

A Band Called Wanda
The Followers of Otis
Followed by DJ Ben O Faolain

De Burgos, Augustine St, 19th of June, 2010
Doors open at 8pm
Tickets cost €15 and are available from Allyn Fives at 091-495732 allyn.fives@nuigalway.ie


Senegalese perfroming artist Woz Kaly will bring his unique blend of world music, Paris cool and acoustic rythms to De Burgos of Augustine St. on Saturday night, June 19th next. A regular on the famous parisian cabaret circuit, Kaly perfoms with Aux Trois mailletz in Paris’ Golden Triangle. Influenced by both the Wolof and Mandingo cultures and traditions, WOZ KALY's performances exude emotion and generosity.

Also performing on the night are Galway’s own A Band Called Wanda who are fast garnering a strong reputation for their enigmatic, energetic performances. The quartet, influenced by classic songwriters such as Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson, The Beatles, Leonard Cohen and The Band have created their own blend of Folk' n' Roll incorporating fiddles, brass and woodwind and have performed alongside The Hothouse Flowers, Alabama 3 and The Saw Doctors. Joining them will be another Galway act, The Followers of Otis. Having supported the likes of O’Death and David Kitt and crediting influences from Brian Wilson to Blind Wille Johnson their acoustic take on folk and Gospel has been a fresh addition to the UK and Irish festival circuit.

The very wonderful, world fusion DJ Ben O”Faolain will bring his much loved set from his Aras na nGael residency to round off the night.

De Burgos, Augustine St, Saturday June 19th 2010 Doors: 8pm

Tickets €15 Available from Allyn Fives at 091-495732 allyn.fives@nuigalway.ie


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