Keep free Friday 13th Oct and Saturday 14th Oct for 2 nights of fantastic entertainment.
Friday sees the return of “The Outlaw Country Gig” 10pm – 12.30am
The Outlaw Country Show features the songs of Steve Earle, Guy Clarke, Townes Van Zandt, Willy Nelson, Ray Wylie Hubbard and John Prine.…
Expect to hear:- LA Freeway, Hello in There, If I Needed You, Mama’s Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys, Angel From Montgomery, Techumse Valley, Desperados Waiting On A Train, Up Against The Wall Red Neck Mother, Goodbye, Let Him Roll, Pancho and Lefty, All of Me, Anyhow I Love You, Dublin City Blues, Copperhead Road etc
Barry Johnston – Acoustic Guitar – Front man with ‘Illegal Smile’. Barry has been playing on the music scene in Ireland for many years. He has also specialised in Americana and produced many John Prine tribute shows.
Rod Patterson – Double Bass. Rod has worked as a professional musician in a diverse range of musical situations. His work as a musical director includes 7 years in UTV’s ‘Kelly Show’ and recent sessions include ‘The Priest’s At Christmas’ from Parliament Buildings, Stormont. He has toured with Freddie White and Mary Coughlan.
Ivan Gilliland – Guitar and Mandolin. Ivan has worked with such luminaries as James Galway, Sinead O’Connor, Phil Coulter and Christina Auguilera to name a few. He is world class musician and brings a subtle support guaranteed to please the ear in the wonderful songs of this show.
Saturday 14th Oct for the firts time in Omagh “The Sabrejets”
Hard boiled, no holds barred, no punches pulled, lowdown, white-knuckle, rockin’ slop!
A rockin’ rollin’ riot of untamed sin, sex and savagery.
Rockabilly band from Belfast who draw on influences from primal 50s rock n’ roll through to the likes of T. Rex and The New York Dolls.
Their unique stripped down, revved up, two fisted brand of rockabilly has seen them tear apart venues throughout Ireland, Britain and Europe, sharing stages with the likes of Chuck Berry, Imelda May and Bo Diddley.
Tickets will be on sale shortly , online, in the bar, and News at Six John Street Omagh. Tickets are £10 each, this will entitle you to entry to both nights.
Donations can also be left in the bar.
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