Do you love traditional Irish tunes? Join us for strumming, singing, and a conversation among musicians every other Tuesday.
Barry Foy's Field Guide to the Irish Music Session defines a session as
...a gathering of Irish traditional musicians for the purpose of celebrating their common interest in the music by playing it together in a relaxed, informal setting, while in the process generally beefing up the mystical cultural mantra that hums along uninterruptedly beneath all manifestations of Irishness worldwide.
Pub Trivia for a Cause
WEDNESDAYS 7:00 - 9:30pm
Pub Trivia for a Cause, hosted by the one-and-only Allan Creasy, is every Wednesday evening. Our format is set up in 4 rounds, ten questions a round.
$200 in available prizes
Bar & table team scoring separately.
$1 of each New Belgium Brewery beer directly benefits Books from Birth, a local non-profit whose mission is to promote kindergarten readiness and strengthen family bonds in Shelby County by providing age-appropriate books for all children from birth to age five.
Reel McCoy has been playing an eclectic mixture of Celtic, New England, French Canadian and Old-timey music for listeners and dancers around the Mid-South since 2003.
Band Members: Joel Kaserman -- hammered dulcimer and vocals Larkin Bryant -- fiddle, mandolin and vocals Cheryl Parker -- concertina and vocals Ritchie Schuman -- guitar Harry Johnson -- harmonica and percussion
Reel McCoy plays on alternate Sunday afternoons at Celtic Crossing Restaurant, and also appears regularly at the Memphis Contra Dances at Idlewild Presbyterian Church.
When he's not drumming for Star & Micey, Jeremy Stanfill writes and sings shootin' the moon-style Americana songs of heartbreaking honesty that evoke that difficult space where the sadness of wandering lost is the same feeling as the joy of freedom.