Join us for Dinner and Jazz Thursdays with Irish guitarist Hugh Buckley and Scottish guitarist Nigel Clark. The highly revered duo are well know, talented musicians having supported and performed throughout the world. A must see in Dublin 9.
Jeff Ballard makes music that feels like the 21st century – open, fluid and ever-developing – a sound informed by jazz but truly coming to life where musical worlds collide: acoustic and electric, swinging and ambient, analog and digital, accessible and experimental. He will release his new album, Fairgrounds, on 25 January 2019 and will play at Triskel just days later.
Nigel Mooney is widely regarded as Ireland's leading jazz singer and guitarist. A charismatic figure on the Dublin jazz and blues scenes since the early 1980's, his Gripewater Blues Band spearheaded the blues movement in Ireland and drew many fans of both jazz and the blues.
Join Honor Heffernan and Trevor Knight together on stage as they seamlessly flow through rock, blues and dark carnavalesque sounds reminiscent of The Doors and reference the electronica of Kraftwerk. The sheer quality of the musicianship makes these shifts in tone seem effortless.
The Dirty Jazz club have been a massive part of the Dublin Jazz scene for over a decade. Their focus is on the exploration and deconstruction of songs and an emphasis on creating a depth and textural soundscape on the melody, form and feel of the tunes.
G̶i̶r̶l̶s̶ Boys just want to have fun and these ones certainly do, with Sam Comerford playing the monstrous and rare bass saxophone with his now trademark infectious energy alongside Matthew Jacobson’s playful drumming and ear for a catchy, quirky tune.