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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Irish Traditional Music in Boston Pubs on Thursday, March 15


There's great Irish traditional music taking place in greater Boston on Thursday, March 15, 2012. Here are some suggestions from Boston Irish Tourism Association.

Beehive
541 Tremont Street
South End, Boston
Irish traditional music band The Ivy Leaf, a quartet of musicians playing  fiddles, flute & whistle, concertina, vocals and bouzouki and guitar accompaniment. 

Black RosePub
160 State Street
Downtown Boston
Sunday's Well, the longstanding house band for the Black Rose, brings its special brand of ballads, fiddle tunes and rock songs to Boston's famous Irish pub.

Burren Pub
247 Elm Street
Davis Square, Somerville
Traditional Irish musicians play nightly in the front room of the Burren.  It's an acoustic session with some of Boston's most talented musicians.

Four Green Fields
One Boston Place
Downtown Boston 
Colm O'Brien, singer, songwriter and ace guitarist from Dublin, performs at Boston's newest Irish pub, which recently unveiled its new performance stage.

J.J.Foley's Pub &Restaurant
117 E. Berkley Street
South End, Boston
Popular Irish duo Bobby Dunlap and Kathi Taylor perform a great mix of Irish songs and tunes, and tonight they're playing at the St. Patrick's Day party for City Councilor Bill Linehan, who can also carry a tune.


Read a round-up of Massachusetts Irish cultural activities in this week's Irish Echo newspaper.

For more pubs in greater Boston, visit IrishBoston.org/pubs_restaurants.php.

For cultural activities, visit IrishBoston.org/march.php

For tourist information, go to MassVacation.com and BostonUSA.com







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