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Quiet Nights

An evening of acoustic music and spoken word performance

    WhenJun, 06 2010
    from 12:15 am to 12:15 am

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    Quiet Nights number 3: Sat 5th of June in Seomra Spraoi.

    Doors 8pm. Suggested Donation €5.


    Quiet Nights is a monthly acoustic, low-fi, spoken word night in Dublin.


    This month:




    “a lovely laid back sombre collection of rustic country tinged folk sounds reminscent of the likes of smog or bonnie prince billy at times… a lovely blend of traditional classic country folk and more modern indie folk sounds, complete with some classic slide guitar action.” Road Records:





    “One of those excitingly wide-eyed, wide-eared, discovery moments of loveliness, totally restored my faith in the music coming down the line, not that it was all that lacking to be honest: there are plenty of talented kids about, but to see a group so young and so evolved is heartening. Traz are a group of transition year students from Dublin… heavily alt folk inspired… add some stunning choir style voices, a dollop of low sax and a love of the fiddle and you get a very irish take on americana alt folk.” Stranded:





    A very talented Dublin-based songwriter from Switzerland, sadly still floating below the radar outside of the open-mic scene. A captivating voice over classical guitar, generating a sound that moves between haunting and melancholic.




    A well known troubadour of Dublin poetry, celebrated for her witty written and spoken word. She’s performed at Electric Picnic and Castlepalooza. Niamh writes a great blog by the title of Various Cushions and produces a weekly radio show on Liffey Sounds.




    The talented poet performing a piece titled "Music's in your soul", exploring music's ability to break down social barriers.

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