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AIHS hosts Craic Dublin event

April 3, 2018

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Tara Lee.

 

By Irish Echo Staff

The interest in Friday night’s Craic “Taste of Dublin” at the American Irish Historical Society on Fifth Avenue has been huge, says festival director and founder Terence Mulligan, but people can get on the wait list by emailing [email protected].

The lineup for the evening is Tara Lee, Saarloos (led by singer/songwriter Craig Gallagher, from Dublin) and Mark Geary.

Mulligan said: “It’s great to be working with the American Irish Historical Society and keeping the Irish Arts alive after St. Patrick’s Day with such an awesome lineup of Irish musicians.”

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AIHS’s Sophie Colgan said the venue was “delighted” to be hosting its first Craic event.

County Wicklow native Lee is a singer, songwriter, producer and actress. Now based in London, she studied dance for 13 years at Performing Arts College in Dublin. Her songwriting credits include the theme tune, “If I Burn, You Burn Too,” for the Galway-set international hit series “Jack Taylor,” starring Iain Glen, while her acting credits include “The Fall,” the BBC drama starring Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan.

 

Mark Geary.

 

Following a performance at the International Music Industry Awards in Los Angeles Lee was signed by BMG Publishing.

Geary, a Dubliner closely identified with New York, has been touring Europe promoting his latest album “The Fool,” which will feature in his set closing Friday night’s show.

Doors will open at 991 Fifth Ave., (80th Street), Manhattan at 6 p.m. for a Bushmills Irish Whiskey tasting.

 

 

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