The Castellans Music Initiative Bevergern eV invites on Saturday, 23March to take a rushing Paddy's party in the cloister in Bevergern. The party is ever a foretaste of the Castellans folk Summer 2013 27 Offer in July. Visitors can look forward to spending with Irish beer, snacks and handmade music a great evening. St. Patrick's Day is a traditional Irish Memorial in honor of the patron saint of Ireland Patrick. It is celebrated worldwide by Irish, Irish emigrants and increasingly by non-Irish. There are all over the world wide parades and celebrations on the streets and in the pubs. For the party people green is the predominant color on this day. In some places, even the beer is green in color and in some cities such as Chicago, even the rivers.
Probably the best line-up we've ever had, you can expect to 8Castellans folk summer of 30July 2011!Our booking team has done a great job and we believe-a great program put together for you!The booking is now complete and the festival will go first time in 2011 with 4 bands at the start.
To form their own Irish folk / rebel band, the 6 musicians from St. Pauli was the first time after the first St. Pauli Celtic Party 2004 to mind. At that time it was nothing more than a joke and ultimately led to nothing. After the second party 2005, it was real. They love Celtic, Ireland, and the music. They wanted (ed) play this music, add a shot of St. Pauli and wanted it on the stage. Thus, there were six together, practiced every week in AFM container on Millerntorplatz and developed a first repertoire.
To St. Pauli Celtic Party 2006 knew very few who or what is the Millerntorplatz brigade and what would be expected from this band. After the party was clear: St. Pauli now has his first band Rebel!
Against 20:15 clock will for the first time The Wakes , five young musicians from Glasgow, presenting their "GlasgowIrish Folk 'n' roll." Glasgow's history is inextricably linked with several Einwandungswellen from neighboring Ireland. These were on the one hand cheap and willing labor force, but also brought their culture and identity. So there are unofficial numbers that now one third of Glasgow's population directly or indirectly has Irish roots. A pillar of the Irish culture is music. Even in our latitudes is popular 'Irish Folk' "not only in teacher circles and wool sweater makers. With "The Pogues" taken at the beginning of the 80 year Irish music and friends of the harder guitar riffs accessible.
'The Wakes' call their style "GlasgowIrish Folk' n 'Rock'. Scene connoisseurs would immediately bands like "The Pogues", "Dropkick Murphys" or "Flogging Molly" occur. Not without reason, these have sicherliche leave at "The Wakes" their tracks, but ... But the guys are from Glasgow and Ireland is only about 50 km away. You can hear it in the sound! Therefore: Forget the Pogues - Here's the New Generation: The Wakes!
Around 22:00 clock our old acquaintance be In Search of a Rose be the next on the Castellansbühne. quasi helped you in the first two years to raise our Castellans Festival was born. "Bless the music of the auld craic-heads!": In Search Of A Rose combine an imaginative and varied style with virtuosity and humor, which is an absolute must for Irish folk-rock fans. Not only the sake of completeness it should include the canon of good and professional German Celtic rock bands, but also for their creativity and attention to detail. Great recommendation for all, therefore, which are to be had between temperate punk rock to pop rock to folk-based sound with a tendency to loving ornaments with other music styles.
Around midnight does with "The Mahones" - Canada's # 1 Irish Punk Rockers - a large band of the genre on their European Tour 2011 a trip to Hörstel and enters for the first time the Castellans-stage "Hide your drinks and close your daughters a." - The Mahones make for almost 20 years with her Celtic folk rock not only the Canadian stage uncertain. The Toucan Irish Pub in Kingston, Ohio (Canada) sat in front of many, many years, two lovers of free alcoholic beverages. This came up a great idea for St. Patrick's Day in 1990 to form a band in order to pay this evening not their own drinks have. To this band should still get a name on the great American punk rock legends "The Ramones" rhymes. The result was "The Mahones" - a name which also alludes both to the original band name of the Pogues ("Pogue Mahone" was the anglicized name of the band from the Gaelic "mo Póg Thóin" Kiss my ass =).
The musical mix their influence tape "The Clash", "The Who", the "Water Boys", "The Pogues", "Husker Du" and "Dubliners" and a hint of the "replacements" met with the public as well, that they decided to continue playing. Is as wide as the spectrum of the bands that have influenced the Mahones, is also the bandwidth of the changing cast: The numerous concert tours and festivals among others in Europe, Australia and North America, they played with many different musicians. Thus, for example, they were accompanied by Terry Woods and Phil Chevron of the Pogues on tour in Canada (2003). The only band members that belong to the main cast are Finny McConnell and Barry Williams. Chithalen bassist Joe died in 1999 shortly after a concert at him a previously unknown peanut allergy - a loss that made it clear to the band, how fragile life is - and also how important it is to enjoy it and live.
Since its inception, the Mahones have released seven albums and a compilation, the new album "The Black Irish" will appear shortly. St.Patrick 's Day activities in Canada as well as to their Reportoire the slogan "Hide your drinks and lock up your daughters ....". Well, for being sensitive it will be good to retreat to quieter quarters, because in an interview, McConnell said when asked what he thought of it, that the music of his band to animate, to dance wildly and smash things precisely for this purpose they had been written.
Four of the sympathetic Cologne pretty hard to do with purism and worn-out drawers. The wide range of instruments from guitars, fiddles, whistles, bodhrán, blues harp, didgeridoo, cajon and Darabouka ensures constantly wandering stylistic boundaries of the band. The crystal-clear voice of singer Diana Fine also produced from the audience constantly new dimensions goosebumps, their soles "replace by Tap Dance deposits sometimes even a small percussion orchestra." Stained also designed the catalog of musical mood. Whether Irish, unirisch, loud, soft, sloping, beautiful or spherical ... Whether once well-known re-inked or own compositions - a high degree of creativity and playfulness characterize this as authentic as "versatile and imaginative folk band, the fun of Irish music quickly on the audience transfers "(The JüLicht). Will you say the Pogues? Then you hear the Pogues! Do you want the Dubliners? Then book the Dubliners! Are there but THE CHILDREN OF LIR that you want, then you are right here!
Beyond the traditional North German folk music scene rocking the seven Holstein since end of 1999 on stage and occupy such a division unrivaled contemporary Low German musical culture. One great band, present your provocative texts Pogues-style! Honest, straight, relaxed! They were known by numerous appearances at clubs, parties and festivals in town, but also the opening act for Torfrock and radio and television productions. You have already put 3 CD's on the market, which, in addition to his own compositions also done cover versions. A unique style blending modern elements with traditional themes and melodies, the Low German on a new, young style in 21's Century catapults! Who uses the opportunity to attend one of the live gigs, experienced North German cultural identity in a different way. And ... the grooves!
Firkin - jumpin 'irish music from Hungary! Firkin is the seven-piece band from János Péter, who founded the band in the summer of 2008 and since then it goes in the Marnier Ian Anderson as a "one-legged flute" concert goers in the fine art of unbridled genres of Irish punk introduce. The musical intentions of these highly motivated troops from Budapest are no secret: You want to encourage the audience to relax, join in and dance. These include the band of course a few glasses of wine or a few pints of Guinness. They walk with their music clearly in the footsteps of the famous Pogues, Dropkick Murphies or the absolutely trendy Flogging Molly. Let's celebrate with this band that has taken specially for the summer folk Castellans more than 1200 km long journey to a hearty folk rock night!
In the pauses we look forward again to the traditional dances and music of our friends from Hörstels English twin town Waltham Abbey