This Saturday (April 23rd) at JJ’s, The Square, Roscommon sees Daniel Kemish and his band take the stage.
British-born Outlaw/Americana artist, Daniel, claims he was “born on the wrong continent.” With outlaw ways running deep in his veins, he conveys a musical style that is far from European.
Hailing from Southampton, England but spending the majority of his life between Portugal and Devon he has a natural draw to life on the road.
His warm, gruff voice and style portray the sounds of the early Outlaw singers, just as if you’ve stepped back in time, perfect for the unique ambience and surrounds of JJ Harlow’s. This live performance is stripped down to just two, which will suit this renowned music venue in Roscommon town.
With Daniel on main vocals, guitar, kick drum, harmonica, with his musical partner Jean Christian Houde backing him on double bass, hi-hat, and vocals; the set-up delivers a massive sound which is sure to go down well with the JJ’s audience.
The live music doesn’t end there this weekend with Sunday’s live performance brought to you by the ever-popular Hickory Wind.
So make sure you get down to JJ’s for a weekend of great entertainment.