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The Dublin Legends, Ralph McTell and Stockton's Wing

The Dublin Legends, Ralph McTell and Stockton's Wing

The National Stadium,   Dublin

27/01/2022 19:30

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The Dublin Legends

Following the sudden death of founding member Barney McKenna in 2012 and John Sheahans’ decision to retire it was agreed that The Dubliners would come to an end as a touring band. Thus, The Dublin Legends was born. Members Sean Cannon, Paul Watchorn, Gerry O’Connor and Shay Kavanagh have over 100 years of performing experience between them, while Sean was the lead singer with The Dubliners for over three decades. Expect classic songs and ballads known the world over; ‘Whiskey in The Jar’, ‘Dirty Old Town’, ‘The Wild Rover’ and ‘Seven Drunken Nights’ to name but a few. Over the past eight years the band have continued the legacy of The Dubliners by packing their bags and touring far and wide, playing concerts to a whole new generation of Irish music fans.

Ralph McTell

One of the great storytellers, Ralph McTell, is now celebrating more than 50 years on the road. Known for his virtuoso guitar style, he is primarily a prolific and gifted songwriter. With a style that invites you into a unique world, he weaves a narrative that is both significant and poignant. Ralph made his debut in 1968 with the album ‘Eight Frames a Second’ and in 1974 the release of ‘Streets of London’ earned him an Ivor Novello Award.In 2002 he was presented with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.

Stockton’s Wing

Stockton’s Wing began their musical odyssey in the town of Ennis ‘sometime’ in 1977, taking their name from the Bruce Springsteen song Backstreets. The band signed a deal with Tara Records after winning the Trad section of a music contest in Limerick. A group called U2 won the rock section. Their first album, produced by PJ Curtis, received rave reviews from national and international press. Many more raves and triumphs would follow. Stockton’s longevity is a testament to virtuosity and passion and we are honoured that they have chosen TradFest Temple Bar amongst a few select shows to promote the release of their live album, Hometown. Recorded in Ennis and at TradFest it features fan favourites and some brand-new material. Book now for an acoustic evening with Mike Hanrahan, Paul Roche, Tara Breen, Karol Lynch and Paul McSherry. 

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General Admission: €29.99 incl. booking fee

Doors 19:30 | Performance starts 20:00

 

In line with current Government guidance, only ticketholders with a valid ID and a Digital COVID Certificate will be granted access to the event.

Patrons who cannot provide valid proof of immunity with ID and are refused entry at the venue for this reason, will not receive a refund.

 

TradFest Temple Bar are proud to partner with Novaerus to ensure the highest possible standard of safety for our guests and staff. For your protection and peace of mind, the venue for this event will be equipped with best-in-class air disinfection devices from Novaerus, which cyclically disinfect the air of any harmful airborne pollutants including Covid 19.