SUSTO

SUSTO / Justin Osborne during his second show in Kyteler's Inn.

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Patty Griffin

Over the course of two decades, the two -time Grammy® Award winning (and seven-time nominee) singer/songwriter Patty Griffin has crafted nine classic studio albums and two live collections. Here are some shots from the Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny.

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River Whyless

Hailing from Asheville, North Carolina, River Whyless is an American folk band who released their first full-length album titled A Stone, A Leaf, An Unfound Door in 2012. The band changes their environment to get different perspectives while songwriting and changed perspective at this show in John Cleere’s Bar & Theatre when they joined the crowd for an encore.

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Alejandro Escovedo

Alejandro Escovedo in the Set Theatre, Kilkenny. This Mexican-American rock musician, songwriter and singer has been recording and touring since the late 1970s. He has played in various rock genres, including punk rock, roots rock and alternative country and is most closely associated with the music scene in Austin, Texas.

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Joey Landreth

Joey Landreth [and his very talented band!] :: Billy Byrnes Bar

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The Delines

Amy, David and Sean during their sold our show in Cleere’s Bar & Theatre, Kilkenny.

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Jason Lytle

Set Theatre Kilkenny :: Jason Lytle, principal vocalist and songwriter for the band Grandaddy. Formed in Modesto, CA in 1992, the band initially broke through with 1997′s Under the Western Freeway and the NME-praised single ‘Summer Here Kids’. Tireless rounds of international touring and mountains of fawning press led to 2003′s ‘Sumday’, increasing album sales, more touring, more press, TV show appearances, and a slot on the main stage at the Glastonbury festival in 2003. The band produced another EP and an album entitled. ‘Just Like the Fambly Cat’, before disbanding in 2006.

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Malojian

Malojian’s Stephen Scuillon supported Jason Lytle (Grandaddy) in the Set Theatre, Kilkenny. Here’s a few pics of the great man.

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The Accidentals

Named among Yahoo Music’s “Top 10 Bands to Watch in 2017,” Michigan’s The Accidentals’ adventure began in their hometown of Traverse City, when Larson, a sophomore cellist, and Buist, a junior violinist, were paired for a high school orchestra event. Having both grown up in musical families with professional pianists for fathers and vocalists for mothers, their shared influences bounced between classical, jazz, bluegrass, country, alt-rock, and the obscure. This show was in Ryan’s Bar, Kilkenny.

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