Crann Úll

Sunday, 2017, March 12 - 3:00pm
Presented in partnership with North Carolina Museum of History .
5 E Edenton St
Raleigh, 27601

Whether interpreting a traditional song or tune or a cover of a contemporary song, solid musicianship and a love of tradition shine through in Crann Úll's music. Crann Úll features Rob Sharer on guitar, fiddle, flute, bodhran and vocals with Margaret Rush on guitar and vocals. Comprised of a Dublin native now residing in Raleigh and a Raleigh native who once resided in Ireland, Crann Úll plays a spectrum of traditional Irish material. Lush ballads sung in the Irish language are followed by thoughtful instrumentals and slashing dance tunes to make for an exciting and evocative Celtic experience. 

And if you're in the mood for even more Irish music after the concert, head on over to Tir na nOg's new location on Hargett Street for the weekly Irish session!

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Free tickets required - ticket distribution is first-come, first-served beginning at 2 p.m.
Crann Ull members Rob Sharer and Margaret Rush - Rob wears a solid color, long sleeve button down shirt; his left hand is in his pants pocket, and his long hair is pulled back. Margaret is in a flower printed, short sleeve dress with her hands clasped in front of her. In this promotional photo, they stand outside a wooden building. Photo Credit: Liz Condo Photography

Photo Credit: Liz Condo Photography

Crann Úll website