Deserted Village bring Mumblin’ Deaf Ro, The Driftwood Manor & Mossy Nolan to Georges Street non-venue Designist on 30th September.
Formed in 2007, The Driftwood Manor is an Irish folk act, based around lynchpin Eddie Keenan, taking in a wide range of influences from Irish traditional music to American folk, bluegrass, Eastern music and alternative rock as well as many others. Releases vary from ‘song’ based folk releases to instrumental and more experimental pieces. The band have released six albums/EPs to date since 2008. An EP called “Dominican Black Abbey” is out now on Rusted Rail.
Mossy Nolan is a singer & musician based in Dublin, Ireland who plays a mix of original folk influenced
string music &songs as well as very unique arrangements of traditional material. His debut album features
heartfelt well crafted songs along with some rip-roaring odd shaped tunes. Mossy has been compared musically to Planxty, Andy Irvine & Sean Tyrrell, and pocesses spectacular vocal ability.
Deserted Village Presents
Mumblin’ Deaf Ro
The Driftwood Manor
Designist, 68 South Great Georges Street
6:30pm Sunday September 30th