As a patron of the arts, Spokane Public Libraries hosts an artist the first Friday of every month.
For the third spring in a row, Broken Whistle and Kelly are bringing color, rhythm, and Celtic beauty to Spokane's Bing Crosby Theater. After hibernating all winter, we've been preparing some fresh, new (never-before-heard) material that we'd love to show you! Tickets are $12 each.
The Bartlett is an intimate venue for quality music. On March 29th, they are hosting four bands, plus the Haran Irish Dancers, for an Irish band smash-up! An Dochas, Floating Crowbar, the Howling Gaels, and (yours truly) Broken Whistle, will be packing the house. The venue is expected to sell out quickly, so if you want tickets, get yours soon!
Spokane's authentic Irish pub, O'Doherty's, boasts live music on St. Patrick's Day. From 11-2, we will be livening up the family-friendly restaurant with songs, tunes, and all-around "Irish-ness". We'd be delighted to see you over lunch! Oh, and a tip: try the Scotch Eggs.
The Young Dubliners are quite possibly Celtic rock's hardest working band, playing hundreds of shows to thousands of fans across the US and Europe every year. After meeting them at the Missoula Celtic Festival, Broken Whistle is delighted to open for the "Young Dubs"!
In an exciting blend of sophistication and fun, the members of Whispering Roses have put together a family dance for all ages, based on the New England Contra Dance and Irish Ceili styles. Come enjoy an evening of easy dance and lively music played by, yours truly, Broken Whistle.
Spokane's Fall Folk Festival plays host every year to nearly a hundred local folk musicians and artists! Broken Whistle has played here the last two years, and we're proud to do so again. So don't miss us in the main stage, the Lair Auditorium, at 3:00 on Sunday!
3 Venues - 10 Stages - 30 Bands
Songs, friends, tradition, beer... This festival has it all!