Cavan's top musicians to perform in 'the big smoke'

Fancy a good night out in 'the big smoke', but torn between that and supporting your home county? Well you don't have to choose! There's an important Fleadh 2011 fundraiser in the Harcourt Hotel, Dublin next Monday, April 18. The pressure is on for Cavan to maintain the reputation of excellence that it established at last year's All-Ireland Fleadh, but funding is needed. What better way to do your bit, than to get in the trad' mood.
The host for the Harcourt Hotel event is Martin Donohoe, our local trad' legend who's always sure to get the craic and ceol going, and there's a fantastic line-up of performers with a distinct Cavan flavour.
Among the musicians travelling to the event and giving their services free for the night are:
Sean O Se, Cork (Singer); John Carty, Roscommon (Banjo and Fiddle); Seamus Fay, Cavan (Lilter); Fintan McManus, Fermanagh (Bouzouki); Patsy Hanly, Roscommon (Flute); Roisin O'Reilly, Cavan (Singer); John McSherry, Antrim (Piper); Donal O'Connor, Louth (Fiddle); Cathal Lynch, Tyrone (Singer); Anton McGabhann, Cavan (fiddle); Brid Harper, Donegal (Fiddle); Martin Gaffney, Cavan (Flute); Darren Maloney, Cavan (Banjo); Daoiri Farrell, Dublin (Singer); Gary Lynch, Fermanagh (Fiddle); Kavan Donohoe, Cavan (Harp); Dave Sheridan, Leitrim (Flute); Philip Clarke, Cavan (Piano); Trevor Bury, Cavan (Bodhran); Laura Crossan, Leitrim (Dancer); John Campbell, Louth (Guitar); Niall Preston, Dublin (Bodhran); Joe Brennan, Cavan (Guitar); and "a few surprise guests on the night".

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Dublin is a ravishing county of Ireland. Dublin is famous for its music i.e. Dublin represent the Irish music. Irish trad music attract the tourists.
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