Get those feet tapping when bands play Bronte Music Club

Cup O'Joe.
Cup O'Joe.

Cup O’Joe and The Broken String Band will be playing at the Bronte Music Club on Saturday 26th March.

This is the first time these two bands have played at the popular music venue, so why not settle in for a night of bluegrass, gypsy jazz, Appalachian mountain music and get those feet tappin’.

The Broken String Band plays traditional, raw acoustic Appalachian mountain music at its foot tappin’ best.

This dynamic band features Geordie McAdam who has teamed up with his old friend Michael Ash. Both are former members of The Black Mountain String Band.

They play Old-Time music with real passion and enthusiasm. Along with Geordie and Michael are the Muirhead brothers, Ivan and Adrian. Two exceptional musicians with a long tradition of music in the family, this pair add the Bluegrass sound and drive to the band.

With bass player Big Walty, these guys have real talent and gel together with ease. Fun is their number one priority.

Cup O’Joe are an Irish band to keep an eye on. A trio of siblings from down the road in Donaghmore, Co Down; the Agnews, who perform together playing both bluegrass and gypsy jazz.

Benjamin is the eldest at 20, on bass, with Reuben (18) on guitar and mandolin, and the youngest, Tabitha, at 15 on banjo and guitar. All three share in the vocals.

Doors open 8.30pm and show starts at 9.00pm. Tickets are priced at £15 and are available by calling Banbridge Visitor Information Centre on 028 4062 3322 or emailing;