Meet The Bands!
These are just a handful of gigs we have here at McArthur’s. Be sure to check the music calendar for a full list of all the great acts that play here.
Hailing from North County Dublin, Dave began gigging in the late 90’s. He has held solo residencies in Cyprus and joined The Irish Rovers in Spain for 7 Years. You can catch Dave here at McArthur’s Irish Pub on a recurring basis. His gig here is a locals favorite.
His crowd involvement is what the locals love the most.
Shane Farrell is an All-Ireland Fiddle Champion, All-Britain Banjo and Mandolin Champion. Shane is a seasoned international performer and has preformed over 6,000 live shows. He has also toured the world with some of the most iconic Irish bands, including The Irish Rovers.
Come see Shane rock out on the multiple instruments he has mastered here, live at McArthur’s Irish Pub.
Cormac is from Tallaght in County Dublin. Nicknamed The Foggy Dude, he has been singing and playing music from a young age. Cormac has toured Ireland, England, Australia and currently, America. Cormac has toured with Derek Warfield and The Young Wolftones. Keep an eye on our music calendar to catch his solo act.
The Cork-Man himself! Pat is a traditional Irish Folk singer and
hails from County Cork, Ireland. Come in and catch a gig and enjoy Irish classics, originals and the best Irish stories. Pat’s shows can be caught on various nights here at McArthur’s.
When 2 great Irish musicians join forces, you get one hell of a night at McArthur’s! Shane Farrell and Dave
Gilmore together make up The Brayzen Heads. Named after the oldest pub in Ireland, they put on a show you won’t want to miss. They are so good we have a menu item named after them (The Brayzen Bomb). The Craic is surely to be 90 when they are in the Pub!
Genuine son of the sea, Alex Richard from the Magdalen Islands in Atlantic Canada. Having recorded 7 albums since 2011, his band has multiple collaborations, working with Fiddlers Green (Germany), Paddy Moloney (Ireland), Matmatah (France), Alan Doyle, and the Ennis sisters (Canada). Alex started a solo act in 2019, and it's not uncommon to catch him in pubs like ours, sharing his love for celtic & folk music.