The Bull Run Restaurant in Shirley, Ma is one of the oldest traditional taverns in the state, and a hot spot for live music in Central Mass. The Kelly Girls lit up the Tap Room in mid-February for winter weary diners. Here are a few photos from the evening.
The month of March will hopefully bring warmer temperatures and melt some of the snow that’s been dropped on us this winter! One thing for sure, The Kelly Girls will be turning up the heat with a couple of shows in Central Massachusetts. We hope you’ll be able to join us for one of these St Patrick’s Day celebrations:
Looking for a night on the town? The Bull Run Restaurant in Shirley MA is famous for its entertainment and food! We are honoured to be playing the Tap Room on Saturday, February 21st from 7 to 10 p.m. Please join us. Reservations recommended, call 978-425-4311 today.
We were delighted to be one of the featured acts in Worcester’s First Night Celebrations! The whole evening was a wonderful celebration of culture and the arts, and was a perfect way to ring in the New Year. 2015 is going to be epic for The Kelly Girls!!! Make sure to sign up to receive our newsletter so you can keep up with our antics!
We had a wonderful time performing with Nancy Beaudette at her holiday show in Framingham, MA this past Friday night. Along with providing angelic harmony vocals for Nancy, TKG’s took centre stage during the latter part of the show. From the warm traditional Canadian ballad, “The Huron Carole” to a rousing “Christmas In Killarney” the Girls rang in the Yuletide season with joy! Bluegrass Artist Dawn Kenney performed her song “Candy Cane Christmas”, and Scott Rossley and Steve Rapson rounded out the band. Thank you to all who joined us at the show!
Pub night at the Harvard General Store may never be the same! The house was packed and the energy soared the entire evening. We highly recommend this weekly event, especially when The Kelly Girls are playing:) Here are a few photos from the evening.
What a pleasure it was to perform at the Farmer’s Market in Groton! It was a perfect New England fall day, blue skies, little ones playing and dancing in the leaves, and lots of folks wandering about the grounds at Williams Barn. Our audience was as warm as the sunshine that streamed down on us during our show. We took advantage of the scenic surroundings and self timer on the camera to get these photos. We look kinda happy, eh?