The Ed Paschke Art Center is thrilled to present bohola to Words and Music, EPACís thriving monthly music series.
Irish music's accordion virtuoso Jimmy Keane and the remarkable bouzar player and vocalist Pat Broaders, comprise bohola, Irish music's newest "supergroup" as penned by The Irish Herald. bohola play a driving, muscular, and yet very emotive style of Irish music with deep roots in the 'pure drop' tradition, infused with the raw and gritty urbanized musical vernacular of the Irish and Irish-American experience (source: boholal.com).
The Courier News added, "Though most of the tunes bohola plays are well over 150 years old, the music comes across more vibrant than the moribund sounds of much of today's alternative rock. Their sound comes from the Irish version of jam sessions, but bohola puts the noodling of many current jam bands (Dave Matthews, among others) to shame."
Words And Music features an intimate solo concert from some of Chicago and the worlds' most compelling musicians in a unique conversational setting between Nicholas Tremulis and the featured performer. The audience gets to hear an exceptional concert while experiencing a rare interview between two insiders on living, loving and surviving a life in music through a live musical biography.
Please join us Sunday, June 4th at 3pm for this exclusive Words and Music event brought to you by the Ed Paschke Art Center.
All events at EPAC are FREE, but reservations are required and seating is limited.
As an Ed Paschke Art Center Member you are getting this invitation 24 hours before the general public - reserve your seat now, as all Words and Music events fill up quickly. Thank you for your support.(Full Bio for bohola at https://jimmykeane.com/bohola-jimmy-keane-pat-broaders)†