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The Irish Pub presents Owen Danoff

The Irish Pub presents Owen Danoff

Washington D.C. native, Berklee College of Music graduate, and 2012-13 Strathmore Artist in Residence Owen Danoff was born w…ith song in his blood. His father, Bill, wrote such hits as “Take Me Home, Country Roads” and “Afternoon Delight” (the latter earning him two Grammy awards in 1976), but Owen has developed his own musical identity. […]

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The Irish Pub presents Steele Country

The Irish Pub presents Steele Country

Steele Country plays yesterday’s and today’s country music along with some memorable Southern rock tunes.

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The Irish Pub presents Steele Country

The Irish Pub presents Steele Country

Country from Greenbrier County, WV http://www.reverbnation.com/steelecountry

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Black King Coal at the Irish Pub

Black King Coal at the Irish Pub

Allan Dale Sizemore Black King Coal West Virginia, born and bred. Allan Dale Sizemore, also known professionally as Black King Coal, has been writing songs for almost 30 years. He wrote his first real song at the age of 14, as soon as learned 3 chords on his first guitar, an old Harmony acoustic that […]

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The Irish Pub presents Robin & Doug

The Irish Pub presents Robin & Doug

Guitar, cello and vocal duets – an eclectic mix of country, blues, folk, bluegrass and originals Doug Blankenship is an impressive, self-taught Monroe County guitar finger-picker, with an expressive voice which shows great depth and feeling.  Over the years, he has performed with several area bands playing bluegrass, gospel, rock, folk, blues, and country music.  His […]

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The Irish Pub presents Beth Patterson

The Irish Pub presents Beth Patterson

Come meet an award-winning musical misfit who crawled out of a Louisiana bayou and embarked on a journey paved by progressive rock. She headed for Istanbul and took a wrong turn somewhere around Ireland, creating delicious mayhem along the way: inventing some scandalous new traditions, coining some new words, collecting sick jokes and playing some […]

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The Irish Pub presents Justin Murphy

The Irish Pub presents Justin Murphy

  An immigrant to the U.S. from England in 1978, I discovered Irish music much later while attending Tulane University in New Orleans in 1989. Under the tutelage of Dublin native, Richie Stafford, a player of both Irish traditional flute and fiddle, I began a fifteen year stint as one of the house musicians at […]

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The Irish Pub presents Mike Reed

The Irish Pub presents Mike Reed

Join Mike Reed of the Strum Sum Band for some acoustic music at the Irish Pub!

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The Irish Pub on Washington Street

The Irish Pub on Washington Street

“One of the Top 100 Bars in the South”-Southern Living Magazine.
The Irish Pub on Washington Street, or “The Pub,” as it’s know to locals, opened in Nov. 2006 and since then it has become an integral part of the community. As well as being a music venue and a bar, it is a community gathering place for myriad events ranging from benefits and fundraisers to Mardi Gras parties, wedding receptions (and even a wedding, once) to Pub Quiz Trivia night, or just a nice place to go of an evening for friendly faces and a warm, welcoming atmosphere.

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