Dady Brothers play March 8

CLINTON — Audiences around the world know, the name "the Dady Brothers" is synonymous with fine musical talent and fun, KAC officials said. They will perform on Friday, March 8 in the Kirkland Art Center Coffeehouse at 8 p.m.

General admission tickets are $15 ($12 for KAC members) by calling the KAC at 853-8871 or by contacting the new website at

The Dady Brothers, John and Joe, bring a unique variety of Celtic and American folk music to each and every performance.

Originally from Rochester, the brothers have shared their music in diverse venues around the world for over 30 years.

The Dadys are self-styled singers, multi-instrumentalist musicians and composers. Coffeehouse officials said, "The have a solid command" of many folk instruments including, but not limited to: guitar, pennywhistle, fiddle, banjo, octave mandolin, harmonica, uilleann pipes, bodhran and ukulele.

They have shared the stage with the Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem, Rick Danko from The Band, Pete Seeger, Ani Difranco, and many others.

The duo’s wide repertoire ranges from Irish folk ballads to original contemporary folk, bluegrass, and acoustic blues. The two are at ease with the audiences and have a knack for finding humor in the moment and sharing it spontaneously.

The KAC Coffeehouse, now in its 32 year, is billed as the oldest venue in Central New York presenting a wide range of acoustic music.

Refreshments are available.

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