2007

The Sadies

Led by the brothers, Dallas and Travis Good, we are delighted to finally bring the Sadies to Kilkenny for two nights of cowpunk, surf, desert-rock

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Richmond Fontaine

With an acclaimed new album, “Thirteen Cities”, just released, Willy Vlautin and the full Richmond Fontaine return to Kilkenny. Willy will also be reading from

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Mark Eitzel

Founder of the legendary American Music Club, Mark is another artist making his first visit to Kilkenny. The band reformed in 2003 and released what

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Dan Arborise

“Breathtaking”, “hypnotic”, “A masterpiece” were just some of the words used in reviews of Dan’s first album, Around In Circles, last year. ‘this is a

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Po'Girl

Po‘Girl bring their mix of folk, country, jazz and punk to Ireland for the first time. Featuring Trish Klein (Be Good Tanyas) in their ranks

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Bob Frank and John Murry

“World Without End”, their first album together has just been released on Decor Records. It is a collection of ten murder ballads co-written by Bob Frank

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Patricia Vonne

Mixing no nonsense rock n’roll with a touch of flamenco, Patricia brings a slice of authentic Austin, Texas to the festival. “Imagine a young Chrissie

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Ollabelle

The group originally grew out of an informal assemblage of singers and players who came together to play traditional gospel songs at a weekly jam

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Magnolia Electric Co.

The Songs:Ohia project, led by Jason Molina, developed into his new band, Magnolia Electric Co in 2003. Comparisons are made with everyone from Bonny Prince

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Tim O'Reagan

Jayhawk’s member and Lost Highway recording artist Tim O’Reagan has stepped up from sideman to singer-songwriter with his self-titled solo debut, an album filled with melodic

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Willie Nile

Willie released two albums on Arista records in the 80’s and he also opened the Who’s North American tour at the personal request of the

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