DONEGAL’S premier summer event on the Wild Atlantic Way, Earagail Arts Festival hosts top international acts this weekend.
As part of its fifth Donegal International Folk & Roots Weekend, the festival will host the incredible Moonlight Benjamin this Saturday 13th July.
One of the hot tips of this year’s festival line-up, Moonlight is sure to be a highlight of the annual weekend presented in association with the Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny, where she will be performing, supported by The Jack McHale Trio.
Between her powerful and rebellious voice and the tension of saturated guitars, her music delivers voodoo
trance in a new and explosive style! Organisers are pleased to be returning to Castle Grove Country House Hotel, Letterkenny on Sunday, 14th July (4pm) as The Donegal International Folk & Roots BBQ presents Morgan O’Kane.
Following last year’s inaugural Folk & Roots Sunday Americana BBQ the festival returns to the historic 17th century surroundings of Castle Grove with Virginia-born virtuoso banjoist and songwriter Morgan O’Kane, joined by one of Donegal’s finest duos, Without Willow.
Joan Wasser is an American musician, singer-songwriter and producer. She began her career playing violin with the Dambuilders and played with Black Beetle, Antony and the Johnsons, and Those Bastard Souls. Since 2004 she has released her solo material as Joan As Police Woman and on May 24 released her new new triple album compilation, ‘JOANTHOLOGY’. She plays An Grianán Theatre, Letterkenny on Sunday 14th July.