Famed for their rip-roaring live shows and catchy banjo hooks and solos, All Folk’d Up offer fans an eclectic mix of classic sounds from Folk and Rock music traditions, while still sprinkling their own unique, modern twist.
The Co. Tyrone band are the brain child of banjo virtuoso Pauric Mohan, the band formed while the singer was studying for his music degree in Dublin. He soon deployed the young-gun of the group Stephen McElvogue on guitars while drummer Szymon Dwulat was brought in to keep the band punching in perfect rhythm. Pauric called upon the services of younger brother Barry Mohan, who adds pumping drive to the band with his punchy bass lines and fantastic vocal harmonies.
He soon brought in the established Paddy McGrandles on flute and whistle duties. Fans have become accustomed to hearing bouncing melodies, enticing lyrical stories, vintage Folk-Rock sounds with jaw-dropping banjo progressions.
Notorious for his classic interpretation of Jim Reeves’ songs and a positive similarity to the voice of the ‘Great Man’, Al will be accompanied by a full backing band which includes some of Ireland’s premium musicians. So, don’t miss this nostalgic evening of classic stories and songs.