February 22, 2016
January 4, 2016
Another in a series of features about BCMFest 2016 that will be appearing in this blog right up until the festival (January 8 and 9, if it’s not on your calendar yet), so as to better acquaint you with the events, activities and personalities that make up BCMFest.
If you go to a Celtic music festival with the hope — no, make that the expectation — of being able to join in a song or two, well, you should get yourself to The Attic at 1 p.m. during BCMFest’s Dayfest (January 9): That’s when The Kelly Girls and òran mór will lead a good hour’s worth of sing-along songs.
BCMFest (Boston’s Celtic Music Fest), a program of Passim, showcases Greater Boston’s best musicians, singers, and dancers from Irish, Scottish, Cape Breton, and other Celtic traditions. BCMFest hosts an annual weekend-long festival in January that spotlight New England Celtic musicians and singers.
The Kelly Girls are honored to be included in this year’s line up, sharing the stage with the talented duo Oran Mor.
See the festival schedule here.
December 14th, 2015
Thank you so much for celebrating the holiday season with The Kelly Girls at the Bull Run Ballroom. Knowing we would be playing in a ‘sold out’ room was so exciting, but the fact that so many seats would be occupied by wonderful friends and fans made it even more special. We love you all! Merry Christmas!
September 14, 2015
The Kelly Girls took to the high seas on Sept 10th aboard the Nova Star Cruise Ship! We entertained travelers destined to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia from Portland, Maine on this wonderful ferry equipped with all the amenities!
Of course we found amazing food too, and new friends to share it with (thanks Tom & Juanita)! If you’re in the Yarmouth area we highly recommend Red Cap Restaurant, Dennis Point Cafe and Rudders Brew Pub! Yes, the beer was excellent!!
We spent a wonderful day at Hawk Beach and then boarded the Nova Star Sunday morning to entertain on the return trip.
We’re already looking forward to playing on the ferry again and hope you’ll join us next time!
p.s. We just got ourselves a ‘selfie stick’!!! Hope you enjoy these few photos.
The Williamstown Fair is the oldest annual fair in Canada. Situated on pristine grounds located in the historic village of Williamstown Ontario, the Williamstown Fair continues to provide a unique venue for showcasing Glengarry’s agricultural and musical heritage. This year, The Kelly Girls, a celtic band including regional favourite Nancy Beaudette, performed on the Centre Stage. This was certainly a summer highlight for TKGs!