1999

Travis T. Merle

A hit at the Edinburgh Festival, Travis T. Merle brings his warped show to Kilkenny. It’s authentic sounding psycho-babble which delves into the dark corners

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Peter Mulvey

Singer-songwriter Peter Mulvey is set apart from the crowd by the boldness of his music, his tightly crafted lyrics and the imagery that permeates through

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Dan Crary

One of the world’s leading acoustic guitarists, he is rooted deep in bluegrass and is peerless in his field.

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Mike Ireland & Dan Mesh

Mike Ireland doesn’t look like a country music star. He doesn’t wear cowboy hats or rhinestones but he is the possessor of a voice that sings country

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Sonny George

Country/rockabilly hero, ex of the legendary Planet Rockers, this is twangy country at it’s best, with a good dollop of rock and roll and smattering

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The Gourds

from Austin Texas are backwoods acoustic roots rockers with mandolin, guitars, accordion, electric bass and minimalist percussion who play songs from the heart and mind.

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Calexico

Calexico are well known as the rhythm section of desert-rockers Giant Sand and OP8. Their latest album The Black Light follows a young man’s journey from his

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Rodney Crowell

Rodney Crowell may well be one of the most talented country artists of his generation. His breakthrough album Diamonds & Dirt resulted in five consecutive No. 1

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Kinky Friedman

Musician, author and cigar smoker. He says he’s the only non-land-owning, cigar-smoking, mystery-writing, cat-loving, Irish whiskey-drinking, country musician, and Jewish sex symbol from Palestine (Palestine, Texas, that is).  A

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