Sometimes known as the Forbidden Dance.
Other times known as “the tune that comes after the Birdy Song in Benidorm”.
Filmed & Edited by Dara Parkes-Kenna – Massive thanks.
Across The Pyrénées – Gypsy Jazz & Flamenco Night
Venue: The Cobblestone Pub, Smithfield Square, Dublin 7
Date: May 26th 2019
Doors: 7.30pm | Show starts 8.30pm | €10
Artists: The Tolka Hot Club & John Walsh
The first of a set of summer shows curated by The Tolka Hot Club especially for The Backroom at The Cobblestone.
Journey across the Pyrénées with the massive seven-piece Dublin gypsy jazz band, The Tolka Hot Club, and Irish flamenco legend John Walsh. This unique double bill promises a star-filled night of gypsy jazz, world and flamenco music.
This is a rare chance to see some of the most exciting musical styles to come out of The Continent in the cosy Backroom venue of the Cobblestone Pub in Smithfield, Dublin 7.
Doors 7.30pm | Show starts 8.30pm SHARP | €10
The Tolka Hot Club will be performing at the Phoenix Park Visitor Centre on Sunday May 5th from 2pm.
Admission is free!
The Tolka Hot Club performing Cocktail Swing
Dublin, February 2015.
The Tolka Hot Club are;
Nicholas Cooper, violin; Stephen Daly, guitar; David Harrington, guitar; Thomas Mulrooney, bass.
Filmed and Edited by Luke Page; Sound by Baz Connolly; Title Design by Eamonn Hall.
A Romanian tune, Ca La Severin, given a gypsy jazz treatment by Dublin-based The Tolka Hot Club.
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Stephen Daly: guitar
Deadhbh Harrington: guitar
Nicholas Cooper: violin
Eugene Ryan: chromatic harmonica
Tom Mulrooney: bass
Holly Pereira: vocals
Recorded by Chris Barry of Ailfionn Studios.
Live, no overdubs.