Archived News

Archived News

Fortified, new album from Dún Aengus

New Dún Aengus CD released
Saturday October 9, 2010

Dún Aengus have released a new CD named Fortified. The album have 19 tracks of Irish and Scottish songs and dance music. Guest musicians on the record is mostly made up of current and former members of King Laoghaire.

The CD is now available from CD Baby, both in physical form and as digital downloads. And will soon also be available from iTunes Store, Amazon, and other online retailers.

Anki Asklund sings Lowlands of Holland with King Laoghaire in video on YouTube.

King Laoghaire on YouTube
Wednesday February 11, 2009

A song from the 2006 Celtic Night show is now available on YouTube. It is "Lowlands of Holland" with special guest Anki Asklund on vocals. Just follow the link below.

Lowlands of Holland on YouTube

Happy viewing!

Esaias with sister Villemo

Per is once again a father!
Tuesday July 1, 2008

On june 30th Per became a father of a bouncing baby boy who will be named Esaias! Welcome, but don't forget to learn an instrument!

Marianne, Amanda and Agnes in the 2007 show.

Celtic Night of Song and Dance 5th anniversary
Friday March 7, 2008

Tickets for the 5th anniversary 2008 show of Celtic Night of Song and Dance are now available. The show will be on Saturday May 31 at Vänersborgs Teater.

Guests include the tour de force dance groups Celtic Dancers and Celtic Force from Stockholm. There will also be guest singers and musicians joining King Laoghaire for an evening of jigging and reeling.

If you wish, there is the possibility for you and your friends to have a meal before the show. Contact Folkets Hus (see below) for more info.

As usual there will be a session in Folkets Hus Pub after the show. This year it will be a special celebration of the first 5 years! The bar is fully licensed and will serve some light dishes.

For booking and more information, please call Vänersborgs Folkets Hus at 0521-57 57 57 or pay them a visit.

Set dancing in Trollhättan

Set Dancing Final
Saturday November 17, 2007

Friday night at Sand Krog & Café in Trollhättan marked the final of our set dancing class. The set dancers have been meeting for six thursdays in Vänersborg under the guidance of instructor Clement McKay. Clement, originally from Belfast now living in Gothenburg, has indeed made a good job, with some of the dancers having no previous experience of Irish dance.

Dance music on the night was provided by members of King Laoghaire with Hans Grimhammar on percussion. Between sets the band also sang a few songs.

Clement McKay was presented with flowers for a job well done. And many dancers expressed their delight at the possibility of a new class starting in the new year, but this time on tuesdays. All in all, it's fair to say that everyone had a night of fun!

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