“LIVE from New York, it’s virtually the Saint Patrick !”
After producing live streams over the past year, strange everywhere and all over the internet, Moore PA Hire brings you their very own Irish music festival live from their studio in New York.
Hell or High Water, the McLean Avenue Band, the Narrowbacks, Jameson’s Revenge and Shilelagh Law dusted off all the St. Patrick’s Day cobwebs to keep the party going from March 18-20!
You can tune in to the post-St. St. Patrick’s Day streams a live Irish music series here on IrishCentral and on the IrishCentral Facebook page.
While the post-St. The St. Patrick’s Day live broadcast series features a selection of some of New York’s best Irish bands, a portion of all proceeds raised throughout the event will go to local charities who have worked tirelessly there last year in New York’s five boroughs. and beyond:
Thursday March 18
Hell or High Water – 7 p.m. EST
On stage in support of the Frances Pope Memorial Foundation, Hell or High Water has been compared to “A Bar Night On Tour with John Lennon, Jerry Garcia and Keith Richards, with Bobby Dylan driving the limo”.
Friday March 19
The McLean Avenue Band – 6 p.m. EST
Padraig Allen & co will partner with the DJs at Work team to bring you a special live edition of Virtual Trivia – no registration required!
The Narrowbacks – 8 p.m. EST
“If Joe Strummer, Shane MacGowan and Bruce Springsteen survived a drinking bout in the 5 boroughs, the hangover would be called The Narrowbacks.” This rowdy Irish American gang will perform in support of the Aisling Irish Center in Yonkers, New York.
Saturday March 20
Surprise billing! DMC and Moya Brennan – 5 p.m. EST
At a special transatlantic event, DMC will be broadcasting live from Moore PA Studio in Woodside, Queens, with Irish singer-songwriter Moya Brennan, who will connect 3,000 miles in Ireland!
Jameson’s Revenge – 6 p.m. EST
Performing in support of The Hope for the Warriors Foundation, the guys from Jameson’s Revenge will bring you the best of Irish American rock tunes.
Shilelagh Law – 8 p.m. EST
Shilelagh Law, “the thirstiest band in New York,” concludes the post-St. Patrick’s Day party in support of the Hope for Warriors Foundation.