Fri, 19 Apr|
Experience the unique brand of World-folk delivered with stunning virtuosity by Dallahan, the Scottish-Irish band drawing on Balkan and North American music, as they take you on a journey at Southside this April.
Time & Location
19 Apr 2024, 19:00
Lincoln, Colegrave St, Lincoln LN5 8DW, UK
About the event
Forged in Scotland and Ireland's traditional music scene, but drawing on the music of the Balkans and North America, Dallahan take their listeners on a journey. Traversing styles and countries of the world in a dazzling live show, they create their own unique brand of World-folk delivered with stunning virtuosity. The lineup consists of Jack Badcock on guitar and vocals, Ciaran Ryan on banjo, mandolin and fiddle, Andrew Waite on accordion and Benedict Morris on fiddle.
Their debut album was shortlisted for 'Album of the Year' at the Scots Trad Music Awards. 2016 saw the release of their second album, 'Matter Of Time', which they performed globally 103 times that year, including travelling to Kathmandu, Nepal on behalf of the British Council to perform at the British/Nepalese bicentenary celebrations. The band was again shortlisted for 'Album of the Year' and they were awarded 'Instrumental Cut of The Year' at the LiveIreland Awards (USA).
To date, they have brought their live show to 20 countries, earned three nominations for ‘Folk Band of The Year’ in 2016, 2019 and 2022 and enjoyed collaborations such as with songwriting legend Dougie MacLean, a commissioned composition and collaboration with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra at a WWI commemorative concert and also a concert in Kathmandu with Nepal's folk music exponents, Kutumba.
Approaching a decade together as a band, Dallahan have become a veteran touring outfit and with each album they continue to evolve their sound, as is evident on their upcoming fourth studio album, ‘Speak of the Devil’ was released in early 2023.
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Start Time: 19:30
This is an unreserved seated event.
Suitable for 14+. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult or guardian.
Parking is FREE for this event and is available at Southside's larger South Common car park. The entrance is via the gate beside the Bernadette House entrance (LN5 8EW) on South Park.If you require a disabled parking space in our on-site car park, please reserve in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.