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About The Ne'er Duwels

The "real deal" from Ireland, Ken O’Malley's rich, resonant voice and engaging stage presence have delighted audiences for over thirty years. "He holds nothing back. Whether singing a passionate ballad, playing a solo on the mandolin, or explaining the gloriously sad history of Erin his homeland, Ken O’Malley is all-in, wide open to the world, and as true as an arrow’s flight. Ken’s fine tenor voice could carry him through a show all alone, but he backs himself beautifully on guitar and mandolin. . . .His wonderful wit and good humor draw us in and carry us along, and the beauty of his songs, both traditional and original, fills us with irresistible joy."

He leads the Ne’er Duwels, a formidable trio of Irish musicians, stepping both back and forward with their eclectic blend of traditional Irish and modern sound effects.

Joining him onstage: Patrick D'Arcy, also from Dublin, is one of the finest uilleann pipers in the United States. Patrick has toured extensively with many well known artists throughout the world and is also a talented pennywhistle and bodhran player. An expert on the culture and history of the Irish pipes, he is a much sought after teacher and consultant; his work has been featured in many film, television and live theatre productions.

The “sound” of the Ne’er Duwels: Bryan Dobbs, is originally from New Mexico. Whether accompanying on the mandolin, the acoustic guitar or the very creative, innovative sounds of his Fender Stratocaster, Bryan adds the mysterious, the romantic and the attack that takes the band back to the days of the band Planxty in Ireland or traverses the musical spectrum with the world techno sounds of the present and future.
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Genres:
Celtic Fusion, Celtic Pop, Celtic Rock, Irish, Irish Folk, Celtic, Celtic Folk
Band Members:
Bryan Dobbs, Ken O'Malley, Forrest Robinson, Patrick D'Arcy
Hometown:
Dublin, Ireland

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About The Ne'er Duwels

The "real deal" from Ireland, Ken O’Malley's rich, resonant voice and engaging stage presence have delighted audiences for over thirty years. "He holds nothing back. Whether singing a passionate ballad, playing a solo on the mandolin, or explaining the gloriously sad history of Erin his homeland, Ken O’Malley is all-in, wide open to the world, and as true as an arrow’s flight. Ken’s fine tenor voice could carry him through a show all alone, but he backs himself beautifully on guitar and mandolin. . . .His wonderful wit and good humor draw us in and carry us along, and the beauty of his songs, both traditional and original, fills us with irresistible joy."

He leads the Ne’er Duwels, a formidable trio of Irish musicians, stepping both back and forward with their eclectic blend of traditional Irish and modern sound effects.

Joining him onstage: Patrick D'Arcy, also from Dublin, is one of the finest uilleann pipers in the United States. Patrick has toured extensively with many well known artists throughout the world and is also a talented pennywhistle and bodhran player. An expert on the culture and history of the Irish pipes, he is a much sought after teacher and consultant; his work has been featured in many film, television and live theatre productions.

The “sound” of the Ne’er Duwels: Bryan Dobbs, is originally from New Mexico. Whether accompanying on the mandolin, the acoustic guitar or the very creative, innovative sounds of his Fender Stratocaster, Bryan adds the mysterious, the romantic and the attack that takes the band back to the days of the band Planxty in Ireland or traverses the musical spectrum with the world techno sounds of the present and future.
Show More
Genres:
Celtic Fusion, Celtic Pop, Celtic Rock, Irish, Irish Folk, Celtic, Celtic Folk
Band Members:
Bryan Dobbs, Ken O'Malley, Forrest Robinson, Patrick D'Arcy
Hometown:
Dublin, Ireland

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