The Noble Call
“The Noble Call is something a lot of people have been waiting for a long time to hear. Joined by two superior musicians, Dave Curley and Mick Broderick, Paddy Homan sings his way through the best of real Irish music in a total package. Really, this group has everything. Best of all, they really know how to deliver in a concert. The Noble Call is here, and we hear them calling! Wow!”
The Noble Call derives its origins from that age old Irish tradition of 'calling' on invited guests to share their favorite song or tune or dance.The point is to keep the 'craic' going and everyone singing and enjoying themselves! The Noble Call band is made up of some of Ireland's leading musicians.
Annual Christmas Show
The Noble Call Christmas show takes audiences back to the 'hearth’ of an Irish Christmas, filled with songs, stories, rousing music and traditional Irish dancing.The Noble Call is that age-old Irish tradition,where, in the 'wee' small hours of the morning when everyone gets a chance to sing a song or tell a story. This Noble Call tradition is very popular at Christmas time in Ireland, as family’s gather together, to welcome home their sons and daughters from distant shores and to share in the festivities. And no better way to do that than through music! Lead by one of Ireland’s foremost traditional Irish Tenors- Paddy Homan, star of the hugely successful I AM IRELAND SHOW - The Noble Call also features Mick Broderick on Bozouki and Dave Curley on Guitar, Banjo and Vocals, from the Band, SLIDE. With Homan hailing from Cork City, Broderick from Dublin and Curley from Galway, the 'banter' and fun is always high! There will be many special guests and dancers for what promises to be an incredible night of music, song and dance.
For bookings- call 857.891.6333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Patrick's Day Celebration
Join The Noble Call for a special St. Patrick’s Evening Concert, as they bring the song and story out of all who gather in honor of Ireland’s patron Saint…..who happened to be a Welshman! But sure, aren't we all Irish in March! So sit back and listen to the very best of Traditional Irish music and song, from some of Ireland’s leading musicians.The Noble Call derives its origins from that age old Irish tradition of 'calling' on invited guests to share their favorite song or tune or dance.Lead by one of Ireland’s foremost traditional Irish Tenors- Paddy Homan, star of the hugely successful I AM IRELAND SHOW- The Noble Call also includes Mick Broderick on Bozouki and Dave Curley on Guitar, Banjo and Vocals, both lead performers from one of Ireland’s leading traditional Irish groups, SLIDE. With Homan hailing from Cork City, Broderick from Dublin and Curley from Galway, the 'banter' and fun is always high! There will be many special guests and dancers for what promises to be an incredible night of music, song and dance.
For Bookings call 312.884.9102 or email email@example.com
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Hailing from County Cork, Paddy Homan isn’t just another name on the list of Ireland’s gifted tenors; he is a natural, elevating traditional Irish songs to new heights. A born entertainer, Paddy adds a layer of warmth and familiarity to his performances, bringing the audience not just closer to the music, but welcomes them into a unique Irish experience. Paddy’s quick-witted, Cork humor and spontaneity on the stage gave birth to the nickname Paddy ' The Show-Man- Homan ’. He has earned his place beside a wide variety of talented musicians
who are recognized as the best in the business. Paddy doesn’t just create an atmosphere of beautiful music, but rather, crafts an authentic real Irish experience.
Homan was awarded Best Newcomer of the Decade 2000-2010 by Live Ireland 'Best of the Decade' awards.
Dave Curley, a multi-instrumentalist, singer and dancer from Corofin, Co. Galway, has been making big waves in the Irish music scene in Ireland, Europe and the USA in the last number of years. After graduating from the University of Limerick’s groundbreaking Irish Music and Dance programme with a 1st class honours, Dave became a creative member of award-winning bands SLIDE and RUNA. He also regularly performs with Grammy Award winner Moya Brennan of Clannad. More recently, Dave has been performing with ‘Instrumental Band of the Decade’ The Brock McGuire Band. His most recent record, 'A Brand New Day’, marks a new beginning in his musical career and showcases his vocals and writing style which has a contemporary sensibility whilst rooted in tradition.
Mick Broderick, of the Broderick's of East Galway, grew up in Rathcoole, Co. Dublin where he learned mandolin for a number of years under the tutelage of local musician Tom Moran. Some years later, with the help of Clondalkin based Myles Farrell, Mick decided to take up the bouzouki. Having found a deep affinity with this instrument, Mick quickly became well known on the Dublin music scene. Before long he began recording with various artists such as Gavin Whelan, Zoe Conway, Bill Whelan (Riverdance) and Neil Lyons, among others. He went on to be one of the founding members of the headlining band SLIDE with whom he became very familiar to audiences throughout Ireland, Europe and America. Now based in Dublin, Ohio, Mick continues to write, record and produce music at the highest level, most recently with Dave Curley. Received with great acclaim by the music world, this latest recording, Brand New Day, reflects an intimate and dynamic exploration of guitar, bouzouki and vocals. Following in the footsteps of the great composer Vincent Broderick and piano player with Arcady, Patsy Broderick, Mick continues to invigorate the Irish music tradition, finding unique ways of expression and originality.
Traditional music circles know Laurence from his extensive touring, performing worldwide with Ireland’s finest musicians and from his other critically acclaimed CDs: Laurence Nugent, Two For Two, and The Windy Gap, where he was joined by Irish music legends like Kevin Burke, Martin Hayes, Liz Carroll, Arty McGlynn etc. Laurence has been a featured performer at most major Irish music festivals in Ireland, North America, Europe. His playing has been heard extensively on the radio in both the US and Ireland’s national radio network RTÉ.
Brendan Bulger has been performing and teaching Irish music for a long time and was named to the North American Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Hall of Fame in 2011 despite not being very famous. He learned much of his music from two of the greats, Larry Reynolds and Seamus Connolly, and was the first Boston-born musician to win an All-Ireland fiddle championship. The New York Times music blog has described his fiddle playing as “so powerful, that you want to sneak a peek at his instrument, to see what’s inside.” OK, Brendan has played with outfits such as Noel Henry’s Irish Showband and Tom Garvey - and is a co-founder of the international recording and touring act: The Sprigs.