Irish folk band The Jeremiahs from left are Niamh Varia-Barry, Joe Gibney, Julien Bruneteau, and James Ryan. Photo courtesy of Matt O Connor

Old South Church Concert Series in Farmington plan to host The Jeremiahs at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 13, at the church on Main Street. Doors open at 6 p.m. The Church’s Main Street entrance is handicapped accessible.

The Jeremiahs is an Irish folk band that comprises four musicians who have come together with the common goal of writing, composing and performing folk songs and music. In 2013, The Jeremiahs formed to become a welcome gopher in the garden of Celtic music.

They have travelled extensively, bringing their music far and wide with a mixture of newly composed songs and tunes in the folk genre and a well-selected catalogue of older folk songs. Hailing from County Dublin is singer Joe Gibney on vocals. On fiddle, viola and vocals is County Cork’s Niamh Varian-Barry (formerly of Solas). On flutes and whistles is the French born Julien Bruneteau and on guitar and bouzouki is Dublin born James Ryan. The Jeremiahs have garnered enthusiastic reviews by professionals in the Irish/Folk industry.

Admission will cost $25 for adults, $20 for seniors and students. Tickets will be available at the door,

For tickets, call 207-491-5919. Tickets will be available at the door.

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