Posted on February 12, 2017 at 10:25 AM


                                                                                          John Dady                              Joe Dady                                                                         

TUNES BY THE TRACKS is inbound, for Wed, Feb 22nd, with a couple of our favorites, on board.

Harmonious hosts, Jim Clare, Cathy McGrath, and Allen Hopkins, are giddily exuberent to welcome back our great friends and Feature:


The Dady's music, spans genres and generations of American Folk Roots and Irish Traditional influences. John and Joe are highly skilled players and singers, with a lovely, lilting sound, that's uniquely Dadyesque.

The lads are instrumental wizards, switching effortlessly and seamlessly from guitar, to 4 and 5 and 9 string banjo, pennywhistle, ukulele, fiddle, mandolin, bodhran, harmonica, concertina and the uilleann pipes.

Joe and John are the poster boys, for "itinerant minstrels".
Playing diverse venues from the reaches of Alaska to Ireland from the Caribbean to Nova Scotia, and Brigadoon, The Dadys have performed well over five thousand shows at concert halls, schools, music festivals and night clubs.

The Dadys have hosted 25 guided tours of Ireland, escorting hundreds of folks on the tours of their lives...** Ask about 2017, Trackers **

The Dady Brothers have garnered numerous awards and proclamations celebrating their contributions to community growth and culture, and of course, they're in the running for a TUNES BY THE TRACKS accolade soon.

...well, that's wonderful, but what about,  ~ THE MYSTERY PICKERS ~

This could well be the auspicious night, when you muster up yer courage, and leap into the breach, to perform your favorite song.
We welcome all our musical chums, and we often insist on giving them our musical back-up, at no extry charge.  
Wanna play?  just ask Cathy, Allen, or Jim (me)...and yer in...


  • Clifton Springs library
  • 4 Railroad Ave, Clifton Springs, NY, 14432
  • Wed, Feb 22nd
  • 7pm - 9pm (doors open at 6:30pm)
  • Free ($10.00 donation suggested, for Feature and refreshments)



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Reply Jamisontew
10:22 PM on January 31, 2018 
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