TUESDAY, March 14th : A Day in The Glen - Music & Stories

 Both sessions today in The Glen!

@Noon: RUSSELL EPONYM, Live in The Glen! 
Join us for Russell's weekly performance.  Enjoy an hour of 100% live and unplugged acoustic music and spoken word.  Russell presents original and traditional songs, instrumental pieces and covers, together with some selected stories and poems: Folk Baroque and Beyond. 

@ 7pm: THE QUIET MAN with Caledonia
Shawn Kelvin, a blithe young lad of twenty, went to the States to seek his fortune. And fifteen years thereafter he returned to his native Kerry, his blitheness sobered and his youth dried to the core, and whether he had made his fortune or whether he had not, no one could be knowing for certain. For he was a quiet man, not given to talking about himself and the things he had done.

Maurice Walsh was an Irish novelist best known for the short story The Quiet Man which was later made into an Oscar-winning movie directed by John Ford and starring John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara. Walsh was born in 1879 in Ballydonoghue near Listowel, Co. Kerry, Ireland. He was one of Ireland's best-selling authors in the 1930s.

Both sessions today on stream.

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