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Fundraiser for AMP

category galway | arts and media | press release author Thursday July 08, 2010 10:34author by Access Music Project - Access Music Project Report this post to the editors

Come and support a very Worthy Cause

Galway's Access Music Project (AMP) is having a fundraising gig in Kelly's Bar Upstairs, Galway on Weds 14th July

The Access Music Project presents


with TIMBERTRAMPS - THIS NACHEZ - THE RYE - FLING all presented by MRS NELLIE MURPHY. Wednesday 14th
July. Kelly’s Bar Upstairs. Doors 8.00pm Admission €10 All proceeds to
Access Music Project.

Come and enjoy a night of Galway’s finest
entertainers at Kelly’s Bar Upstairs, Bridge Street and feel happy ......in
the knowledge that you are supporting Galway’s very unique Access Music

The Rye

The melodic madness of The Rye, who, in their words, play “savage driven ceoil”. Prepare to have your feet tapping and your head nodding to the rhythm-driven banjo riffs, funky bass, stomping beats accompanied by the growling vocals of Kevin Melly. A gig with The Rye is high-spirited, full-blown entertainment.

This Nachez

A rocking 4 piece from the west of Ireland, that draw from an incredibly wide range of influences including funk, reggae, rock, metal, dance and world music, their take on what the music world needs is quite unique.

The Timbertramps

Featuring Connor "Swamp" Nolan - on Tea-chest bass, Geoffrey Brian Space Ward- Saxophones & Mandolin, 'Two Dollar' Bill Wright - Bouzouki & Banjo, Mike "Changers" Chang - Fiddle, Noelie McDonnell - Vocals and Guitar, Mouse McHugh, Vocals and Guitar, Orlagh De Bhaldraithe - Vocals and Guitar.


Fling! are the chief foot stompers at a hot and heavy hootenanny, a meeting of East European gypsies and trad fanatics under a bridge in La Paz, Bolivia. They are the collective sound of a thousand idea’s, journeys and rhythms born to make you feel good, their music has a twang of everything from South America to Russia while never forgetting their roots in Irish Trad and Bluegrass and good old rock and roll. Fling’s highly original material leaves audiences enthralled and exhilarated. Come dance with them!

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