Friday March 21st – 7:00pm
John and Joe Dady are The Dady Brothers, and as audiences know, the name is synonymous with fine musical talent and fun! They are a Rochester based folk duo and their shows consist of Celtic and folk-roots music. This versatile duo plays a variety of intrusments the fiddle, mandolin, bodhran, uilleann pipes and even penny whistle, to name just a few, while performing a wide range of music styles including Country, Bluegrass, Folk, Irish. Tonights performance will highlight the songs that were sung by the Irish immigrants who were instrumental in the building of the Erie Canal and the Irish heritage. The Dady Brothers play with an endless supply of energy. Come to the Seneca Museum and enjoy an evening of Irish music and Celebrat St. Patty’s Day with the Dady Brothers.
Visit the Dady Bros website
The Seneca Museum is supported in part with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization Program, the Finger Lakes Community Arts Grants which is administered locally by the Auburn Public Theater.