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Party for Patrick-Charity Event at Tyber Creek Saturday night

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This saturday night my newest Celtic music endeavor, Stirling Bridge, will be part of an important event in Charlotte. It's the Party For Patrick, a benefit to raise money for A Second Breath Foundation, which funds lung transplant research. This will be a really fun evening for a great cause!

Not many cities have an Irish bagpipe band, but Charlotte sure does. Caol Na Gael will be on hand to play, as well as Irish folk singer Billy Mulligan. We'll be doing a couple of sets throughout the evening as well. It will be a great display of the variety that exists in Celtic music today.

The Party For Patrick will be held at The Tyber Creek Pub in Southend this Saturday night, November 14, from 7:00 until 10:00. Admission is $15.00, which covers food, a raffle ticket, and some other stuff you can find on the website (www.partyforpatrick.com).

Please visit their website, and plan to come out and bring some friends. This will be a great party!

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This saturday night my newest Celtic music endeavor, Stirling Bridge, will be part of an important event in Charlotte. It's the Party For Patrick, a benefit to raise money for A Second Breath Foundation, which funds lung transplant research. This will be a really fun evening for a great cause!

Not many cities have an Irish bagpipe band, but Charlotte sure does. Caol Na Gael will be on hand to play, as well as Irish folk singer Billy Mulligan. We'll be doing a couple of sets throughout the evening as well. It will be a great display of the variety that exists in Celtic music today.

The Party For Patrick will be held at The Tyber Creek Pub in Southend this Saturday night, November 14, from 7:00 until 10:00. Admission is $15.00, which covers food, a raffle ticket, and some other stuff you can find on the website (www.partyforpatrick.com).

Please visit their website, and plan to come out and bring some friends. This will be a great party!

thats really cool man...dont live in charlotte but that is awesome what you guys are doing :thumbsup:

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