Dave Martin & The Casino Cats Swing Band @ Frank Owens : Marquee
Jun 8 @ 10:00 pm – Jun 9 @ 1:00 am


One of the hottest Swing bands in Ireland, Dave Martin & Casino Cats are like no other. They’ve crafted their music over the last decade, consistently filling dance floors and festival fields across Ireland. They perform a high-energy blend of classic Swing, 50’s Rock & Roll & Jive, together with many modern Pop, Rock & Country in their own unique style – they know how to throw a party!

Their massive 8-piece Band includes piano, electric bass, electric guitar, saxophone, two trumpets and drums! Their line-up for the Danny Boy Jazz & Blues Festival includes some of the most well-known players on our music scene – each at the top of their game!

Piano – Stephen Barnett
Bass – Eamon Hanlon
Guitar – Iggy Ward
Saxophone – Dave Howell
Trumpet – Rick Swann
Trumpet – Nathan Simpson
Drums – Aide McIlDuff

From their massive repertoire of music, they’ve put together a special set of songs for the Danny Boy Jazz & Blues Festival. They’ll be performing hits from artists such as Chuck Berry, Elvis, BB King, Queen, Paolo Nutini, Louis Prima, Ray Charles, Frank Sinatra, Van Morrison & James Brown – the band promises to give a night that people are sure to remember!

They’ve become well respected on the local music scene, regularly performing at major venues and music festivals including Waterfront Hall, Grand Opera House, Cafe Vaudeville, Derry Jazz Festival, Empire Music Hall, with residency at Bert’s Jazz Bar, Merchant Hotel.

They’ve performed for many top corporate clients such as UTV, BBC, Aston Martin, Ferrari, IN! Magazine & Ulster Rugby Club. Dave has even been lucky enough to sing with Michael Bublé in his hotel bar!

Some of the band are members of the Ulster Orchestra, the Ulster University Big Band. During their time, they’ve supported, recorded and performed with artists such as Van Morrison, Ray Charles, Bob Dylan, Tom Jones, and Snow Patrol, to name a few..

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Windy City Rev Ups @ Frank Owens : Marquee
Jun 9 @ 10:00 pm – Jun 10 @ 1:00 am

Brought to Limavady by Air Cool Engineering for this exclusive Irish gig, all the way from Chicago, the Windy City Rev Ups will hit Frank Owens on Friday night, and the Rugby Club on Saturday night.  Big shout out to Martin Mullan of Aircool for his generosity in bringing the Rev-Ups to Ireland – more on the story behind this soon… 🙂

The Windy City Rev Ups perform revved up rock n’ blues!  Best described as high energy R&B mixed with originals, classic blues standards and rock n’ roll anthems.  Performing popular music that is guaranteed to get rock clubs rockin’, blues rooms smokin’ and dance floors hoppin’ – their music captures the characteristic up beat R&B sound of Chicago fused with soulful harmonica, saxophone and hard hitting guitar driven Rock n’ Roll.

The band’s credentials include 1,000’s of live performances, over 15 years of live shows, 9 CD releases, numerous Chicago media song and music awards including “Best Local CD Release”, “Best R&B Band” and “Best Blues Band”. The band is fronted by the sole official member “Windy City Rev” and includes long time band members and professional Chicago area musicians.

The Windy City Rev Ups have performed regularly at Chicago House of Blues for 10 years and in over 150 other Chicago area venues and festivals including the world famous Chicago Blues Festival.

Their music has been featured on the radio in the USA and overseas, during live broadcasts such as Hambone’s Blues Party WDCB, in interviews and on Cable TV. Worldwide music sales and CD packaging is distributed by CD Baby, the world’s largest distributor of independent music. The Windy City Rev Ups music is available at live shows and on-line from CD Baby, iTunes USA, Spotify, Amazon and other major on-line music retailers.

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The Palais Swing Band @ Frank Owens : Marquee
Jun 10 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

A superb live 10 piece band performing hits from the swing era.

From Glenn Miller to Jools Holland – from Ella Fitzgerald to Caro Emerald – from Rat Pack to Michael Bublé – from Louis Prima to Paolo Nutini – and many more !

Whether you are old or young – or old – or in between, come along, sing along, and dance to the Palais Swing Band !

Manukahunney @ Frank Owens : Marquee
Jun 10 @ 10:00 pm – Jun 11 @ 1:00 am

Take three fine female voices, add the class of The Supremes, the funk of James Brown, the soul of Aretha, and a slice of now. Blend with brass and rhythm sections drawn from Northern Ireland’s hottest musical talent; and what you have is the sweet sound of Manukahunney.


It’s a sound driven by the special vocal blend created by singers Siobhan Brown, Jean Michelo and Ciara Mackey. London-born sisters Jean and Siobhan attribute their vocal prowess to years steeped in gospel music, while Ciara with her powerful vocal range is well respected in the music scene in Belfast.

Onstage, the fusion of musical traditions results in a potent mix of energy, earnestness and the smoothest of vocal harmonies that simmers and sails over tasty vibes cooked up by the sizzling backing musicians.

It’s live, it’s funky, it’s fun. Taste and see…

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Two Time Polka @ Frank Owens : Marquee
Jun 11 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

From Pana to Louisiana – Cajun 6-piece !

Two Time Polka formed in Cork in 1994 and have developed a distinctive sound that has its roots in Cajun, Zydeco, and Bluegrass music.

They have built up an enviable reputation for turning out excellent live shows, including numerous performances at Irish festivals such as The Kilkenny Country Roots, The Dun Laoghaire Festival of World Cultures, The Cork Jazz Festival, The Galway Arts Festival, The Waterford Spraoi, The Cork Folk Festival to name but a few.

The band has also done several European tours and has played at the legendary Glastonbury Festival and more recently Italy’s Premier International Folk Festival ‘Folkest’.