Steve Sullivan and The Factory's Last Show of the Year
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The last date listed for Steve Sullivan and The Factory's Last Show of the Year was Friday December 28, 2012 / 9:45pm.
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The "Ring of Kerry" encircles that part of Ireland where the mountains are higher, the greens are deeper and the Irish spirit is at its most rugged and invigorating. Thus, it's the perfect name for this Irish music group, beloved for its hearty and evocative take on Celtic music. All five members sing and play several instruments, including Irish classics like the bodhran drum and penny whistle as well as more American additions like guitar and hammered dulcimer. The resulting sound can swell with the foot-stomping blast of a drinking song ... or grow quiet for a tear-jerking ballad of which the Irish (and just about everybody else) are so fond. Now this remarkable ensemble that floored Garrison Keillor -- a man who has heard his share of Celtic music and then some -- comes to perform at the Maplewood Performing Arts Theatre . Learn More
Steve Sullivan and the Factory finish up a whirlwind year of over 80 performances with one last night in Saint Paul at historic Shamrock’s on west 7th. This is the last show of the year celebrating the release of the band’s fourth studio album, “Evil Is A Man Made Thing,” which received national college radio airplay and charted as high as #4 and #11 on college charts. The show is also a capstone to the SS&F’s most successful year and as a turning point as the band goes back to the studio to record an all-acoustic double album tentatively titled “Los Cuatros Jintentes Del Apocolipsis.”
The show is 21+. Food and drinks are available for purchase from Shamrock’s, including their legendary Irish Nook Burger.
About the Ticket Supplier: Muddy Rain Music
Steve Sullivan is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist. His music combines the Electric Blues of Muddy Waters and classic R&B – think Ray Charles – to a blend of heartfelt Americana. For a memorable night out, go see Steve Sullivan and the Factory at one of their energy-filled live shows