Modern One Man Band!

Hello there all ye wonderful friends of Celtic Music!
Just a quick reminder about the awesome music series going on in Aptos, continuing TOMORROW NIGHT!
First, thanks so much to everyone who turned out last week for the Scots Invasion; ye’s where a flowing & fantastic audience for David Sibbald & Peter Daldry–what a spectacular night! That was a rare treat indeed, and I’m so glad you took the time to take advantage of it and enjoy! And as promised, there’s more to come…

…as The Spring Series of Celtic Music Night continues, at St Andrew Church in Aptos–you are invited! Please read on…

THIS TUESDAY (TOMORROW NIGHT!): May 3rd, 7pm  — Looping phenomenon, Michael Mullen, fiddler, guitarist, singer, all at the same time:  The Trio of One , returns! Michael is acclaimed for his amazing one man show, where he uses modern looping technology to create a one-of-a-kind performance, all live on stage while you watch, where he plays guitar, fiddle, and sings, layering them together simultaneously into a full-band sound of traditional Celtic tunes and songs–very impressive! He is an instrumental virtuoso and an engaging performer, and has become one of Celtic Music Night’s favorite guest artists… come on down and see for yourself!

And finally, The Spring Series of  Celtic   Music   Night  will come to a thunderous conclusion for the grande finale! :
May 10th, 7pm — Special CD release–full-length concert! The *official* CD release concert by Molly’s Revenge, to celebrate the band’s brand new album release, “Lift”, and will be the first time the Santa Cruz area will hear the new material and have access to the new album, all for the FINALE of the Spring Series of Celtic Music Night! Veterans of the Celtic folk world, the band Molly’s Revenge has been touring the festival and performing-arts theater circuit continuously for 16 years running as one of the west coasts most active Celtic groups. Their show of high-energy Celtic dance tunes blended together on bagpipes, penny-whistle, fiddle, guitar, and bodhran has kept audiences stomping their feet and clapping along for years of good times, and this album celebrates the culmination of their cohesion as a group.
Can’t wait to hear a sample?
You can get a FREE DOWNLOAD of a track from the album, just by visiting: And while there, find out all kinds of other things about the band.
Mark your calendars! It’s going to be some brilliant times indeed; I hope you can make it!
Also, don’t forget, we’re VERY EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE:  Celtic   Music   Night  is now on  FaceBook!!!  Please take a second to check out the NEW page, and if you like, join on to get all the latest updates, pictures, and more!
Celtic Music Night at St.Andrew — Come be a part of it! Mark your calendars now! Spread the word! Grab your friends, family, neighbors, and instruments and Check it out at St Andrew Church: 9850 Monroe Ave. Aptos, CA — THIS Tuesday night, at 7pm! Hope to see you there!!

Celtic Music Night is a FREE event, run by donations of any amount at the door if possible to help it continue– just contribute what you can (suggested sliding scale is $10-15)–your support is greatly appreciated in keeping folk tradition, and these *quality* shows going! CDs and recordings of the artists are also available for purchase.

As is tradition, each of these fun-filled evenings at Celtic Music Night include a bagpipe procession, concert of music by a featured special guest artist, Q&A with the group, complimentary refreshments, and an open Celtic music jam session with the players afterward, so bring your instruments, questions, and good vibes– and ALL of this is ALL ages, and ALL for a nominal donation of any size at the door. So grab your friends, family, instruments, and head out to Aptos for a good time the way nature intended!

A huge thanks to our wonderful host venue for Celtic Music Night, St. Andrew Church of Aptos– if you haven’t yet, check out their nice new website:

As always, thank YOU so much for being a part of this wonderful community; hope to see you tomorrow night!
David Brewer


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