'Above and Below the Tide' at The Glens

Live music

'Above and Below the Tide' at The Glens

'Above and Below the Tide’ perform at The Glens Centre, Manorhamilton this Thursday, June 9 at 8.30pm.

Devon MacGilivray of the Leitrim Light Orchestra will join ‘Above and Below The Tide’ for their Glens Centre performance.

This exciting Sligo band play a mix of Folk, Trad, Classical, World Music and Rock.

Featuring Dave McLoughlin on Bouzouki, Anna Houston on Cello and Mandolin with Bernard Tohill on Guitar, Collette Sheerin, Flute and Vocals and Ray Coen, Fiddle and Guitar.

‘Above and Below the Tide’ was formed in Sligo by Dave McLoughlin in 2014 to play original compositions on an album of the same name. The group’s gigs and compositions have been garnering a steady following with their exciting sound blending many influences including folk, trad, classical, world music and rock.

Dave plays bouzouki, vocals and guitar, composing much of the material. Anna Houston of ‘No Crows’ is on cello and mandolin displaying her virtuosity in a variety of styles.

Collette Sheerin plays flute and main vocals has several solo albums under her belt and has her own band ‘The Candles’. Bernard Tohill plays guitar and also plays in several bands including ‘The Blowings’. Ray Coen plays fiddle and electric guitar is also a member of ‘No Crows’ and has released much of his own material.

‘Above and Below the Tide’ has received airplay on RTE 1, Lyric FM and several other stations.

The band played Friday night on the main stage at the Sligo Fleadh last year and have gigged around the country in the past two years.

The band have been working on new material and recorded a new album to be released later this year. ’Above and Below the Tide’ will be showcasing their new material at the gig, in particular their new single ‘Synthetic Lovers’, which has just come out.

Don’t miss this opportunity to see some of Sligo’s finest playing a unique blend of music and listen to tracks before the album is released.

Doors open 8pm, admission is €10, get your tickets from www.theglenscentre.com or call: ( 071) 98 55 833.