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    The Dublin City Ramblers

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    March 2, 2012


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    The Dublin City Ramblers

    * Dublin City Ramblers voted "IRELAND'S NO.1 BALLAD & FOLK GROUP OF THE YEAR" by The Irish Country Music Association. They have been asked to perform 2 of their original hits "Dublin In The Rare Auld Times" and "The Ferryman" on the program, which will be broadcast live and taped.

    It is no wonder that The Dublin City Ramblers are classed as Ireland’s Number One Group! They have thrilled...

    * Dublin City Ramblers voted "IRELAND'S NO.1 BALLAD & FOLK GROUP OF THE YEAR" by The Irish Country Music Association. They have been asked to perform 2 of their original hits "Dublin In The Rare Auld Times" and "The Ferryman" on the program, which will be broadcast live and taped.

    It is no wonder that The Dublin City Ramblers are classed as Ireland’s Number One Group! They have thrilled audiences worldwide with their unique blend of Ballads, Folk, Humor, Wit and foot-tapping music. Their impressive career has spanned more than 35 years, with over 30 albums, top ten hits, several awards for best Ballad/Folk Group and, to top it all off, 8 Gold Albums. They have performed at most Major Festivals worldwide, including headlining The Milwaukee Irish Festival, The Cleveland Irish Festival, Hollywood Irish Fest, Florida, Miami Irish Fest, Ft Lauderdale and most USA, Canadian & other festivals throughout the Globe! Their music has also taken them all over Europe to rapturous receptions. They have performed at every major venue in Ireland and abroad, including Dublin’s National Stadium, National Concert Hall, Cork’s Opera House, England’s Royal Albert Hall and New York’s Carnegie Hall. Sean McGuinness, who founded The Ramblers in 1970, was born on James's Street in the heart of Dublin and spent most of his life in Inchicore. He has kept the whole thing going throughout the years, and they are now stronger than ever.

    More info at: www.dublincityramblers.com
    or on FaceBook HERE

    Open: Traditional Brew - A mix of jigs, reels, polkas, slides, waltzes, hornpipes and all around good Celtic music.


    The Bull Run Restaurant

    215 Great Road
    Shirley, MA 01464

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:

    $32 advance; $36 day of show plus ticket fee.


    General Day and Time Info:

    Doors open at 6pm for dinner and seating. Show begins at 8pm.


    phone: 978-425-4311


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