| Sunday 7 Oct ||Venue||Time||Price|
|Grace Petrie |
Grace Petrie is a folk singer, songwriter, and activist from Leicester, UK. She first exploded onto the national protest scene in 2010 with the emotive anthem Farewell to Welfare, which captured perfectly the spirit of the new wave of dissent in austerity Britain. Her latest release, Whatever's Left (2015), charts the journey beyond protest singer, through political and personal change to emerge through shades of folk, Americana and country as a more mature songwriting voice. The result is a collection of songs that provide a soundtrack to the modern struggle, with politics and with love, that will resonate with listeners everywhere.
|DC Music Club, 20 Camden Row, Dublin 2.||8.30pm ||€14 (€16)|
| Friday 12 Oct ||Venue||Time||Price|
|The Sick and Indigent Song Club |
SHINBONE ALLEY is the third studio album from Dublin genre-hopping six-piece group THE SICK AND INDIGENT SONG CLUB. Beginning as an unplanned collaboration between ex-punk/alt-country stalwart Gary Fitzpatrick and Scottish chanteuse and ukulele hero Angie McLaughlin, the band expanded as Shane McGrath, Christian Volkmann, Gerry Fitzpatrick, and Sheila Sullivan joined. There's considerable musicianship in this band, with all manner of old-time American music embraced including jazz, the blues and country.
|DC Music Club, 20 Camden Row, Dublin 2.||9pm ||€13 (€15)|
| Friday 19 Oct ||Venue||Time||Price|
|Gerr Walsh, Max Greenwood, Dave Duggan, Naimee Coleman. |
Gerr Walsh returns after last yearís sold out night with more soothing and captivating songs. Gathered influences from folk, indie and country fuse to create melody driven songs with a deep acoustic heart. Promises to be a great night. Gerr is joined on stage by Max Greenwood on keyboards and Dave Duggan on slide and electric guitars. Supporting is the wonderful Naimee Coleman.
|DC Music Club, 20 Camden Row, Dublin 2.||9pm ||€10 (€13)|
| Friday 26 Oct ||Venue||Time||Price|
|John Byrne Band |
The John Byrne Band is led by Dublin native and Philadelphia-based John Byrne. John and the band are touring the country as an acoustic 4-piece featuring banjo/accordion, fiddle/cello, guitars and bodhran. Their debut album, After the Wake, was released to critical acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic in 2011. With influences ranging from Tom Waits to Planxty, Johnís song writing honors and expands upon the musical and lyrical traditions of his native and adopted homes. The album draws heavily on Johnís love of Americana and Celtic Folk music. The band "Home Brew" will be opening the show.
|DC Music Club, 20 Camden Row, Dublin 2.||9pm start||€12 (€10)|
| Sunday 28 Oct ||Venue||Time||Price|
|Sylvie Simmons & Clive Barnes |
Sylvie Simmons is a well known journalist/singer-songwriter and ukulele player. Her work has appeared, and is still featured, in a number of major publications including among many others Q magazine, The Guardian, The Times, The Radio Times, The Independent, Rolling Stone, Harp, Blender, San Francisco Chronicle, and chiefly, MOJO magazine, for which she has written since its first issue and is Contributing Editor and Americana columnist (Simmons curated a compilation of Americana music, "Rough Guide To Americana", on the World Music Network, in 2001). Sylvie will be joined by Clive Barnes whose guitar playing and vocals have seen him tour the US and Europe with the likes of Eric Bibb, Taj Mahal, Jeff Beck, Alison Krauss, Seasick Steve, The Blind Boys of Alabama and many more. Click names in blue for more details.
|DC Music Club, 20 Camden Row, Dublin 2.||9pm start||€13 (€15)|
| Friday 16 Nov ||Venue||Time||Price|
|Gerry O'Beirne |
Gerry will be launching a new album of songs written over the last few years and many of them are about life in and around Dingle. Click names in blue for video sample. Full details to follow.
|DC Music Club, 20 Camden Row, Dublin 2.||9pm||€tbc |
| Friday 23 Nov ||Venue||Time||Price|
|John Spillane |
Details to follow.
|DC Music Club, 20 Camden Row, Dublin 2.||€ |
| Sunday 9 Dec ||Venue||Time||Price|
|Andy White |
Details to follow.
|DC Music Club, 20 Camden Row, Dublin 2.||8.30pm ||€tbc ||