Deane Center for the Performing Arts Outside Stage located at the Corner of East Ave. and Main St. 104 Main St.
This concert is FREE There are no tickets necessary donations are appreciated to help cover costs.
Please bring a lawn chair or blanket as the Deane Center will not be providing seating.
Come join the Deane Center in welcoming The McKrells and to celebrate better days are ahead. The band features Folksinger, artist, and songwriter Kevin McKrell and his bandmates who will perform Celtic folk and Celtic bluegrass music at 3PM on the Deane Center's Outdoor stage.
One of McKrell’s best-known songs, “All of the Hard Days are Gone,” has been recorded by the Kingston Trio, Hair of the Dog and Wood’s Tea Company. Among the many others who have recorded or performed a McKrell song are The Furey Brothers and Davy Arthur, Seamus Kennedy, North Sea Gas, Bob Shane and the Dublin City Ramblers.
McKrell was a founding member of Donnybrook Fair, a Celtic folk trio that got its start in the 1980s in Albany, New York. Their 1982 album “Tunnel Tigers” remains a classic. Kevin was also a founding member of the Celtic bluegrass band 'The McKrells'.
No Ticket Purchase is Necessary