Cask Beer Menu 12.16

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Tennents Lager On Tap @ The Pub!


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Cask Beer Menu 12.5.14

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Growlers & Gifts

growlersHow do you get great local ale, cider or mead for your holiday party or dinner? Drop by the Liam Flynn’s Ale House with your growler and fill up! Charm City Mead Original or Rosemary styles comes in lovely 500ml bottles, a great gift. CCMead

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Book Your Holiday Parties NOW!

holiday_party_w640Liam Flynn’s Ale House offers the perfect spot for your Holiday Celebration. Impress your friends, family, staff, and clients by celebrating with us. The calendar is filling up, but we still have some open dates. We take reservations of 4-80 people. It’s simple, just call.

Celebrate this festive time by booking your party today!

Contact Liam Flynn’s Ale House: (410)244-8447

Liam Flynn: (443)956-1702

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The Adventures Of John Paul Jones: Scottish Folk Music

Alan Reid and Rob Van Sante perform at Liam Flynn’s Ale House 11/06/14, located @
22 W. North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21201
Thursday, November 06, 2014
Show time: 8:00 P.M.
Tickets $15.00
Alan Reid and Rob Van Sante in concert Thursday, November 06, 2014, at, 22 W. North Avenue in Baltimore, MD.
Tickets are $15.00. Show time is 8:00 P.M.  Seating will begin 7 P.M. Tickets & information, call 443-956-1702.
ALAN REID and ROB van SANTE, after an invigorating summer of solo projects and recording a new CD, are now eager to hit the road with a series of concerts in the U.K., Germany and France.
*Alan and Rob present a lively show featuring Alan’s compositions and traditional material, rooted largely in
the music of the Scottish landscape, its cities, countryside and its coastline. From achingly beautiful ballads (like The Riccarton Tollman’s Daughter and The Pleasure will be
Mine) to an entire musical cycle centered on the life and times of Scottish native John Paul Jones, Alan has long fostered a reputation for his songs (forged in his Battlefield Band years) which have been lauded for their strong melodies and historical content. Ably complemented by Rob’s voice and supported by his tasteful accompaniments the duo offer a heady blend of seamless harmonies underpinned by sensitive arrangements on piano, guitars and accordion and topped by an engaging delivery peppered with dry humour and pithy anecdotes.
Alan and Rob present a lively show rooted largely in the music of the Scotland, its rich and varied history and landscape providing much of the inspiration for their material. Combining their musical talents the duo offer a heady blend of seamless harmonies underpinned by sensitive arrangements on piano, guitars and accordion and topped by an engaging delivery peppered with dry humour and pithy anecdotes.
ALAN REID was born in Glasgow and became a vital member of
celebrated Scottish folk group Battlefield Band from 1969 till 2010.
He helped cement the band’s international reputation with his story-style songwriting and sensitive renditions of traditional song. From achingly beautiful ballads (like The Riccarton Tollman’s Daughter and The Pleasure will be Mine) to an entire musical cycle centered on the life and times of Scots native John Paul Jones, Alan has long fostered a reputation for songs in English and Scots that are strong in melody and historical content.
In 2009 he was nominated in the Scots Traditions Awards in the ‘Composer of the Year’ category. He also contributed in Linn
Records’ mammoth 12 CD recording of the entire Robert Burns song catalogue. More recently his writing featured in the National Theatre of Scotland’s 2014 production of the musical ‘The Glasgow Girls’ while his singing and speaking talents were utilised in ‘The Life and Times of Scrooge’, the solo album of Finnish rock star Tuomas
Holopainen of metal band ‘Nightwish’.
Rob was born in Holland but has lived almost all his adult life in the
north of England. His early life was steeped in music (his mother was a piano playing child prodigy) but guitar has always been his
first love. He was influenced by rock and blues as a teenager, but
it was when he arrived in England that he was introduced to and
found a love of folk music.
Since then he has become a well known figure in the English folk scene, playing with a host of folk luminaries and recording many of them in his studio in his home town of Leeds. Rob’s most recent project has been recording, producing and engineering the latest album of veteran songwriter John Connoly  (writer of the ever popular ‘Fiddler’s Green’). Rob plays and sings on the album and gigs with John whenever the opportunity arises.
Alan and Rob formed their duo in 2000 and performed occasionally
while still working with Battlefield Band until 2010 when they both departed the band. Since then they have regularly toured the
U.K. , North America. Europe. Australia and New Zealand. They
have released four critically acclaimed albums, the latest of which is entitled ‘Rough Diamonds’ (2014). As well as a concert act which features many of Alan’s songs and
a choice selection of modern and traditional folk songs sung by both the duo have a special show built around their third CD ‘The
Adventures of John Paul Jones (2012).
This was performed as a musical drama at the Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival in 2012
and at the Edinburgh Festival in 2013. There is also a multi media
version of the John Paul Jones story consisting of song, storytelling and slides.
• For more information on Alan Reid and Rob van Sante please visit our website:
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Traditional Irish Music Sessions, Every Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.

Sessionbanner1Traditional Irish Music played by a traveling band of Internationally known, local talent. If you know the style, join in. Everyone else, relax and enjoy the free music that encourages lively conversions.

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Appalachian Old Time/Blue Grass Music Sessions

The Old-Time Jam at Liam Flynn’s will take place on Tuesday from 7:30-10:30 p.m. This jam session is on a bi-weekly basis on Tuesday nights. Alternating Tuesdays we feature Blue Grass Sessions.922989_10152855426410594_1463157619_n-1

The Old Time jam is open to anyone who wants to play although this is going to be an advanced, “fast” jam. We’ll be playing old-time tunes up to speed. That being said, anyone is welcome to join the jam or just listen. My father Ken Kolodner (fiddle and hammered dulcimer) and I will lead the jam but others are more than welcome to lead tunes. We’ll just make sure things stay organized. For those of you who are beginners, I suggest you come on out, have a bite to eat or something to drink and at least listen to the jam. You’ll be surprised at how much you can learn just by listening.

The Blue Grass jam is free and open to those that love the music.

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Django Mondays, 8pm

images-1Manouche Jazz sessions. Bounce to the sounds of the Django Reinhardt songbook performed live by Baltimore’s very own Hot Club UltraFox. Join in, play, dance!

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Jean “Django” Reinhardt; 23 January 1910 – 16 May 1953) was a pioneering virtuoso jazz guitarist and composer.Reinhardt is often regarded as one of the greatest guitar players of all time and is the first important European jazz musician who made major contributions to the development of the idiom. Using only the index and middle fingers of his left hand on his solos (his third and fourth fingers were paralyzed after an injury in a fire), Reinhardt invented an entirely new style of jazz guitar technique (sometimes called ‘hot’ jazz guitar) that has since become a living musical tradition within French gypsy culture. With violinist Stéphane Grappelli, he co-founded the Quintette du Hot Club de France, described by critic Thom Jurek as “one of the most original bands in the history of recorded jazz.”[2] Reinhardt’s most popular compositions have become jazz standards, including “Minor Swing“, “Daphne”, “Belleville”, “Djangology”, “Swing ’42”, and “Nuages“.

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Sunday Ceilidh Dance



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