The Road Goes Ever On…

Greetings to you all, friends of Celtic Music!  Thanks to everyone who came out last night–it was magical being there with you all, in the music!

As promised, The Road to St. Patrick’s Series of Celtic Music Night at St Andrew CONTINUES This Tuesday night in Aptos– I sure hope you can come out to enjoy!!! Grab the friends and family and come on down, and Spread the word…. It’s THIS TUESDAY NIGHT!!

The Road to St. Patrick’s Series, Celtic Music Night Dates:

THIS TUESDAY: March 1st, 7PM, St Andrew Church, Aptos — Celtic Dyslexia, with David Brewer– Irish music on Scottish bagpipes, and Scottish music on Irish tin-whistle! And Connections to St. Patrick explored…. Differences between Irish music and Scottish music explained.
David Brewer is a multi-instrumentalist & Celtic music recording artist, from the touring groups Molly’s Revenge, The Fire, & more… , ,

Tuesday March 8th, 7:30PM, FIELD TRIP! Special concert, “Old Blind Dogs” from Scotland, held at Don Quixote’s Music Hall in Felton.
***We will not be meeting at St. Andrew Church on this night; instead at Don Quixote’s in Felton. Tickets are $20adv./22 at the door.
Click here for reservations:
This concert is being produced by the Celtic Society of the Monterey Bay, and is a very rare opportunity to see this legendary band over from Scotland, so my thanks to anyone who can make it there with me to support this concert–I myself will definitely be there!

Tuesday March 15th, 7PM, St Andrew Church, Aptos — Road to St. Patrick’s Series Finale!
AMAZING HARP TRIO! Shelley Phillips, Steve Coulter, & Jesse Autumn will close out this series with a special treat of a program!

More coming soon… The Spring Series of Celtic Music Night will return this April, with many featured guests, including the return of renowned Robert Burns scholar and orator David Sibbald from Scotland onApril 19th, with Scottish folk singer Peter Daldry, and more… Stay tuned!

And, the big event: Thursday March 17th, 7:30PM
Molly’s Revenge with the Turco Irish Dancers, St. Patrick’s Day Celebration Concert
, at Don Quixote’s International Music Hall in Felton: 6275 Hwy 9.
You can reserve tickets by visting: or calling:
See you there! Curious to learn more about the show, and see some video clips? Check it out:

Finally, there is a grand vision afoot to complete a new CD recording of Molly’s Revenge, and because the recording process is so expensive, we are asking for support from our friends and fans to help us take it from being just a vision to being reality. We greatly appreciate your time clicking this link & viewing the short video we’ve put there about this exciting project, and are so grateful for any amount which you are able to donate toward the success of the project.
To help sweeten the deal, we have a tiered series of perks we offer in return for any donations, as our way of saying thanks for your support.
We only have until March 1st to reach our goal, and we are getting so close, but we still need support!
We sincerely hope you enjoy the music of Molly’s Revenge, and this fundraiser is purely in the hopes of getting the music out there as quickly as possible, so that it may be enjoyed– Thanks so much for your support! ~David, John, & Stu from Molly’s Revenge.

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 that makes sense for you, and your support is greatly appreciated in keeping folk tradition 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; I look forward to seeing you!
David Brewer


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