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Alabama Celtic Association

Volume 3 Issue 3
"Drink is the curse of the land.
It makes you fight with your neighbor.
It makes you shoot at your landlord,
and it makes you miss him."
Irish Proverb - Anon

The Alys Stephens Center presents:   Irish fiddler Eileen Ivers with Immigrant Soul

Eileen Ivers is a seven-time All-Ireland fiddle champion and formerly the musical star of the original “Riverdance.” She creates a unique Irish-fusion sound that Billboard magazine said “bridges the gap between her Celtic roots and styles ranging from jazz, salsa and flamenco to rock, funk and even electronica.” Backed by her versatile band, Immigrant Soul, Ivers weaves her Irish sound with strains of bluegrass and reggae, too. For her performance at the Alys Stephens Center, Ivers and her band will be joined on stage by Irish dancers from the Birmingham School of Celtic Arts.  Ivers has appeared with international artists, including The Chieftains and Paula Cole, and was a founding member of the all-woman folk group Cherish the Ladies. She has toured the world not only with “Riverdance” and Cherish the Ladies but also as a featured player with performers The Hothouse Flowers, Luka Bloom and Patti Smith. Her recording credits include more than 75 contemporary and traditional albums and several movie scores. Recently Ivers has performed with the London Symphony, the San Francisco Symphony, the Atlanta Symphony, the Buffalo Philharmonic, the Indianapolis Symphony and the Nashville Symphony, among others.  Born in an Irish community in the Bronx, Ivers began playing the fiddle at age 8 and studied with famed Limerick-born fiddler Martin Mulvihill. She has been awarded more than 30 medals in the All-Ireland championship, and also she earned an All-Ireland title on the tenor banjo, in addition to seven All-Ireland fiddle championships.  Ivers and Immigrant Soul will be performing at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 22, in the Alys Stephens Center’s Jemison Concert Hall, 1200 10th Ave. S. This show is part of the Protective Life Eclectic Palate Series and is sponsored by The Birmingham News/Birmingham Post-Herald and NBC 13. Tickets are $42, $32 and $22. Call 205-975-2787. SPECIAL NOTE to Celtic Alabama News Readers:  The Alys Stephens Center has authorized a 15% discount for ticket buyers who call the box office and say they heard about it through the Celtic Alabama News or ACA web site. There will also be a special Pre-Show Reception at the Alys Stephens Center.  Drinks and hors d'ouvres for $10 - reserve by calling 205-979-9653.

Don't Miss the 5th Annual "Irish Evening" - Huntsville's Celtic Benefit for United Cerebral Palsy
Huntsville will celebrate St. Patrick's Day weekend in style with the 5th Annual Irish Evening, a benefit for United Cerebral Palsy.  The event entertainment will feature live music from Henri's Notions, Irish Dance, Irish Cuisine and more.  Hosting the event are Mark and Bonny from the Star 99 Morning Show.  There will be live and silent auction with Celebrity auctioneer, Steve Johnson of Newschannel 19.  This year's sponsor is Redstone Federal Credit Union with RFCU President, Gerald Toland as Honorary Chairman.  The Irish Evening will be 6:00 P.M. on March 15, 2003 at the Marriott Huntsville, 5 Tranquility Base (U.S. Space and Rocket Center) in Huntsville, Alabama. Tickets are $50 (or $500 per table).  For more details,  256-859-4900 or (all proceeds benefit United Cerebral Palsy. (Submitted by UCP Huntsville)

WorkPlay welcomes Celtic Spring and Colin Grant-Adams on March 14, 2003

Celtic Spring is an exciting and unique fiddle and dance band composed of the five Wood family children on fiddles and in dance shoes, joined by their father on the traditional Irish drum, the bodhran. Performing spirited reels, jigs, and hornpipes, dancing in both the graceful soft shoes and the powerful hard shoes, they create the dynamic interaction between the music and the dance.  Ranging in ages from 17 to 6, the Wood children began studying the fiddle and Irish dance at the age of four!  Referred to as the "Von Trapp Family of Celtic music", Celtic Spring is loved by audiences of all ages.  Featured on "Good Morning America", this show will definitely be entertaining.  For more on this amazing family, visit ! Scottish Balladeer Colin Grant-Adams will also be entertaining this evening with his amazing repertoire of songs and unique brand of Scottish humor!  Celtic Spring and Colin Grant-Adams will take the WorkPlay stage on March 14, 8 P.M. - tickets are $15. For more information, go to . (submitted by WorkPlay)

Birmingham Irish Cultural Society Host St. Patrick's Day Fundraiser for Alabama Sports Federation

The 2003 Birmingham Irish Cultural Society Dinner will be at Pine Tree Country Club on Friday, March 14, 2003.  This annual event benefits a worthy charity or foundation every year. Previous beneficiaries include the Susan G. Koman Breast Cancer Research Foundation and The Literacy Council. Proceeeds from the 2003 BICS Dinner will support the Alabama Sports Federation, an organzation that sponsors sports equipment and opportunities for low income youth.  Featured entertainment includes: Celtic Music from Hooley and Crossroads Ceili Band with Irish Dance from members of the Birmingham School of Celtic Arts. Tickets are $50 each and are available by calling 663-8135.  Corporate sponsorships are also available.
The 2nd Annual - Luck of the Irish Cook-off!  Hosted by the Mobile Exchange Club

The Exchange Club of Mobile, Alabama will be sponsoring the 2nd Annual Irish Cook-off in downtown Mobile.  This Fun St. Patrick's Weekend event offers Children's activities, entertainment, prizes for best Irish Stew, Best Irish Corned Beef and Cabbage and Best Dressed Irish Chef!  This year, for the first time the event will also feature a St. Patrick's Day Parade. Events get underway at Beinville Square and Dauphin Street on March 15, 2003, the Saturday immediately before St. Patrick's Day and proceeds benefit the Family Center of Mobile for the Prevention of Child Abuse and other Exchange Club projects.  If you are in the South Alabama area and looking for the best way to add Celtic Flavor to your St. Patrick's Day Weekend - come join the Luck of the Irish Cook-off.  For more details, .  Information about all of the events and the sponsoring organizations is at .  (Submitted by Fred Jones)

Celtic Community Supports Killarney's Irish Pub and Restaurant Relocation - THANKS!
Killarney’s began as a "pub" in name only St. Patrick’s day, 2002. During the past year it has become a "public house" in the truest sense of the word. A gathering place for our community, a home away from home. Love and friendship flourish within its walls and has expressed itself in so many ways. First time visitors experience the true meaning of Celtic heritage through music, dance and new friends at Killarney’s, and they return again and again to become part of our community.  During the relocation of Killarney’s to Forrest Park, our community has continued to share and be a part of our public house. The building required renovation and all licenses and permits through the City of Birmingham had to be procured. During the process our community demonstrated their support and friendship in many wonderful ways. . We are so blessed to be a part of the Killarney family. It’s almost St. Patrick’s day again. If all goes well, Killarney’s will have its liquor license by March 13th and the Guinness will flow freely once again. The following friends made everything possible - donating their time, talent and professional expertise in countless ways - Ron and I wish to thank each of you and acknowledge your contribution!  Volunteers include:  Steve Schnell, Becky Hyscher, Paris Farzad, Beth Wetheral, Amy Bishoff, Dain Forsythe, Jeremy Burns Angie O’Kelley, Jason Bailey , Peggy Kain, Adam and Cheryl Fuller, John and Jessica Seebode Chuck Evans Lynn Burch, Burch Electric, Gene Startley, Matt Parrish, Charlotte, Bob and Garrick Pennington, Denae, Steve and Molly Hand, Bryant Reeder, Joey Bedford, Liesl Stratham.  (Killarney’s employees who DONATED their time "off the clock.") Raheel Merchant (Brown man), Lindsay Stone, Jennifer Startley (Red), Lillie Bindford, Sam Dawson, Bo McAlister, Drew Gardner, Dave Hall, Stephen Casteel, Jennifer Fine and Laura Martin.  Killarney's has reopened in Forest Park at  3625 8th Ave South. (Directions: Going East on University from St. Vincent's Hospital - University turns into Clairmont.  Pass golf course on right, Piggly Wiggly on left, 1st traffic light at Forrest Park Village- Citgo station on left.  Turn left at this light and Killarney's is at top of hill on left.  1/2 block from Silvertron's. ) Killarney's serves the best Irish-American cuisine and offering great Celtic Music on the weekends.  Everyone is invited to enjoy traditional St. Patrick's Day cuisine (Corned Beef and Cabbage , Fish and Chips, Shepard's Pie, Irish Stew, Irish Bread Pudding and more) on Monday, March 17 - featuring Celtic Music from Hooley.  Killarney's is also currently planning to host a special St. Patrick's Day event in Forest Park on Saturday, March 15.  To confirm details,  call Killarney's at 205-328-1548.(Submitted by Killarney's Irish Pub and Restaurant)
Alabama's Own Henri's Notions - Growing and Changing!
Alabama's own, and one of the south's longest active celtic bands, HENRI'S NOTIONS has undergone a few changes and is excited about the future. If you have not heard the band in a while, it's now bigger, faster and stronger. Tom Stem has returned his accordion/mandolin/bouzouki/vocal talents to the band after an extended vacation -- also, with the disbanding of the Full Moon Ensemble after a sucessful 7 year run which included touring coast to coast, Canada and Scotland, Scooter Muse is the newest Notion on guitar and banjo. For over a year now Larry Lynch has been there with his talents of mandolin/bouzouki/fiddle/guitar/vocals. Throw in the regulars of the incredible Jil Chambless (vocals/flute & whistle), Michael Bowman (fiddle/vocals) and Randy Palmer (bass, bodhran/vocals) and things are now starting to click. Henris Notions will soon have their new website up and running, but, in the meantime, if you want to join the band's email list please let them know by dropping a note to . (Submitted by Henri's Notions)
Celtic Music Society of Montgomery offering Harp Workshop with William Jackson
World-reknowned Scottish harpist, William Jackson will offer a harp workshop on the day of his concert in Montgomery on May 12, 2003.  This is an incredible opportunity for a master class with one of the premier Celtic harpers in the world!  Workshop will be two hours long and will cover arranging fiddle or pipes tunes for the harp, Scottish ornamentation and accompanying other instruments. For more details on William Jackson visit . The cost is $40 per person.  Location and time TBA.  To register or for more details, call Gwen Orel at 334-356-4593 or e-mail .   The William Jackson Concert in Montgomery will be at Jazz and Blues Club 1048, May 12th, 7 PM.  More on this event to come at Celtic Music Society of Montgomery . (submitted by Gwen Orel)

ACA welcomes "Redhill" to the Celtic Alabama Music Page

ACA would like to welcome "Redhill" to the Celtic Alabama Music Page.  Redhill's recent performance at A Celtic Evening in Birmimgham was a grand return for some of Alabama's finest traditional musicians. Redhill was formed in Birmingham in the mid-1990's.  After a hiatus following their City Stages performance in 1996, Redhill is back, united by a love for music played in the traditional style.  Whether playing tunes from Ireland, Scotland, Cape Breton, Wales or Brittany, Redhill's passion for the music and staying true to 'the Tradition' is unmistakable.  Redhill is:  Kevin Nicholson - fiddle, vocals, Rick Cunningham - button accordion, mandolin, bouzouki, tin whistle and vocals, Scott Miller - flute, tin whistle and vocals and Karen Cunningham - bodhran and fiddle.    For more information:  Rick Cunningham at 205-978-8394 or or visit their new web site at

Welsh Production Company Looking for Welsh Connections to the American Civil War

Welsh production company Element Productions in Cardiff is currently conducting research for a new program they are producing for the BBC. The program idea is based on the Welsh involvement before, during and after the American Civil War. The series will be in English and will be shown by the BBC in 2003.  "We are looking for families who have a Welsh family history relating to:  the emigration of the Welsh to America, particularly in 1800's, the Welsh during the American Civil War and the aftermath.

"Ideally contributors will posses some sort of memorabilia relating to the period but at the moment we would be happy to find people of Welsh descent who have the above history."  Contact Geoff Mungham by e-mail: or phone:  44+2920+876186  or leave a message with Nerys Evans at Element Productions. (submitted by Billy Price)

Cleburne County Celebrates Irish-Born Namesake - General Patrick Cleburne

Heflin will come alive with Irish folk music, playing of taps, a 21-gun salute and a host of other activities as Cleburne County celebrates Cleburne Day on March 16.  The day celebrates the life of Confederate General Patrick Cleburne who was killed in the Battle of Franklin, Tenn. and for whom Cleburne County was named. Cleburne was born in County Cork, Ireland on March 16, 1828.  The events will center around the Cleburne County Courthouse and include two speakers - author and Cleburne biographer Mauriel Joslyn and Thomas Cartwright, director of the Carter House on the battle site in Franklin.  Joslyn, is the author of “A Meteor Shining Brightly” about the life of Cleburne.  Barbecue and other food will be provided by the Ranburne Baptist Church and Civil War reenactors will include the Forrest Escort Camp from Villa Rica, Georgia and the 45th Alabama Regiment who served with Cleburne’s division during the Civil War. (submitted by Billy Price)

Scots-Irish in America Series Author to speak in Birmingham on March 29th

Billy Kennedy will be speaking at the Birmingham Genealogical Society's March meeting on March 29th.  The event will be held at 2 P.M. Saturday afternoon in the third floor auditorium in the Linn-Henly library in downtown Birmingham.  The event is free to the public and all are invited. Billy Kennedy, a native of County Armagh, Northern Ireland, has written several books on the migration of the Scotch-Irish in America.  He has also  compiled and edited books on cultural traditions in Ireland. For more information please contact Scott Martin at 205-254-8227 or . (submitted by Scott Martin)
Scottish Heavy Athletic Clinic - Trussville, Alabama on March 29
Alabama's own Professional Scottish Athlete, Kearney Smith will be joined by fellow Heavyweight Pros from around the South to host a Scottish Heavy Events Clinic on March 29 in Trussville, Alabama.  The cost is $25 (includes lunch) and places must be reserved by March 14.  Proceeds go the Southeast Scottish Amateur Athletics Association.  To reserve a place in the Clinic, call 205-567-5902 or e-mail .  For more on Kearney Smith - visit .
Tartan Day Celebration in Mobile on Sunday, April 6, 2003
The Tartan Day Celebration in Mobile on Sunday, April 6, 2003 will be co-hosted by the Scottish Society of Mobile and the Historical Mobile Preservation Society on the grounds of the Oakleigh House.  The celebration will be held in honor of the late Renee Ellis, director of the Office of Special Events for the City of Mobile, who had wanted a Celtic Festival for the Mobile Tricentinenal.   She was always a great supporter of the Scottish Society of Mobile by having us do many civic functions.  She was a wonderful lady and will be greatly missed.   Tickets for the Tartan Day are $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under.  The Historical Society will be serving tea all afternoon, and there will be plenty of entertainment.  Sweet Prospect from Pensacola will be there entertaining.  There will also be pipers, fiddlers, childrens games. For more information please call Bobbie Bayne 251-342-1044 or email . (submitted by Bobbie Bayne)

A Letter from the President:

Dear Friends of the Alabama Celtic Association,

All across the state of Alabama, so many wonderful things are happening in the Celtic community.  From Huntsville to Tuscaloosa to Montgomery and Mobile, supporters of the Celtic Arts are stepping up and out by promoting wonderful performance and educational opportunities.  The ACA website is becoming the #1 source for Celtic news and resources in the Southeastern United states and more and more resources are discovered every day.  All over the state, musicians, dancers, storytellers, and historians are anxious to get involved and offer their talents and gifts. Most valuable though may be those who do not play, who do not dance, who do not teach, the tireless core of volunteers all around our state who work so hard with such dedication.  So, we have the musicians and dancers, the storytellers and historians, the devoted and motivated volunteers.  What else could ACA need to succeed? As we all know, it also takes financial resources to realize a dream.  If you are someone who enjoys the music, dance, heritage and traditions that ACA works so hard to support, perhaps this would be a good time to consider sponsoring those efforts through a donation to ACA. If you are already a patron of ACA, our unending thanks.  Perhaps now would be a good time to renew your patronage.  If you are someone who has enjoyed Celtic Evening and all ACA offers through its website and monthly newsletter, perhaps now is the time to become a patron.  Information on becoming a patron of ACA are on the website at  Being involved with Irish dance here in Birmingham and throughout the southeast has introduced me to some wonderful people.  I am looking forward to my term as ACA President and the opportunity it will provide me to meet so many more talented and generous people who share a love of the Celtic Tradition.  With many thanks for all your support of ACA and its efforts.

Mary Dougherty

President-Alabama Celtic Association
ACA Patrons Newsletter gets a New Name - The Alabama Celt !
Annaul financial supporters of the Alabama Celtic Association receive quarterly print issues of the ACA Newsletter which has just changed its name from "Celtic Alabama News" to "The Alabama Celt".  This is to help emphasize the differences between the FREE e-version of Celtic Alabama News and the print quarterly which is produced for ACA Patrons.  The Alabama Celt is edited an produced by a former two-time First Place winner of the international Family Tree Newsletter Contest and each issue contains, news, reviews and special articles of interest to Celts in Alabama.  For more details, contact: .

BOOK SALE! - ACA Fundraiser with Unicorn Limited/Scotpress

Unicorn Limited is moving its retail book business to Alabama in Summer of 2003.  As part of the effort to reduce inventory before the move - Unicorn Limited is offering a HUGE list of Scottish/Viking/Irish/Celtic titles (books and newsprint booklets) for only $2 each.  Furthermore, they will donate $1 from every book to ACA - if you mention you found this Book Sale through the Celtic Alabama News.  Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to add to your Celtic Library AND support your local Celtic non-profit!  Click HERE to review the Books on Sale.  Be sure to mention ACA when placing your order. For a complete Book Sale list via e-mail - send request to: . To order:  304-379-8803 or e-mail . Visit them at .


Celtic Alabama Announcements

Birmingham School of Celtic Arts - New Beginners Class Starting in April

New Beginners classes for Irish Dance will begin in April as soon as Children's Dance Foundation moves into their new studio.  If you know someone who would like to sign up, please have them contact Mary Dougherty at  Open Studio will continue every Sunday from 1-3  $5.00 per session,  1-2 Soft Shoe, 2-3 Hard Shoe.  Look for BSCA Irish Dancers on NBC 13 Sunday Morning, March 16 and Good Day Alabama Morning Show on St. Patrick's Day, March 17. (submitted by Mary Dougherty)

St. Patrick's Day Parade in Birmingham Welcomes Participants!

It's time to start making plans to take the street on Monday, March 17 - when the Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade makes its way through Birmingham.  Everyone is encouraged to attend - and if you're really in the spirit of things...Join the Parade!  The Parade is a great time to show off your Celtic Canines (Shelties, Irish setters, Irish Wolfhounds, Scotties).  Just add some green to the leash and they become their own show.  Homeschool groups, civic clubs, equestrians, show-offs, crazy cars - everyone is welcome to take the pavement from Five Points South to Lynn Park for the St. Patrick's Day promenade!  Parade Participants should gather at the Start Point no later than 11 A.M. on Monday, March 17.  For more details: contact or call Operation New Birmingham.

Kevin Burke Coming to Knoxville, TN (FYI)

Kevin Burke, the fabulous Irish fiddler, is coming to the Laurel Theater on May 2nd.  The Laurel only holds 225 people so ticket may be scarce quickly. To get tickets for Kevin Burke, call the Laurel at 865-522-5851.  If you get the machine, leave your name, the number of Kevin Burke tickets you want, your Visa card number and a call back number.  The e-mail for Brent Cantrell, director of the Laurel,  is Don't miss this intimate, wonderful show in Knoxville's premiere venue. (submitted by Wendy in Nashville)

Sharing your news with Celtic Alabama News 

The Celtic Alabama News is always looking for news of, announcements for and photos from various Celtic events around the state to share around through the CAN and the web site.  We depend on YOU to share photos and news with us.  IF YOU DON'T LET US KNOW  - WE CAN'T LET EVERYONE ELSE KNOW.  The Celtic Alabama News is usually produced between the 1st and 5th of each month.  If you have timely information, please keep this in mind. Send your news/photos to or call 205-655-7259

Celtic Alabama News Calendar

March 4, 2003 - TUNEPLAY at the Corner Grill and Pub
Where:  The Corner Grill and Pub on Bailey Cove in Huntsville, 8 P.M. Details:  Ongoing Session on the First Tuesday of every month -
March 7, 17th and 29th, 2003 - Hooley - Live at Killarney's
Where:  Killarney's Irish Pub and Restaurant, Birmingham  Details:  328-1548 or
March 14, 2003 - Henri's Notions - Grand Opening of Florence Event Center
Where:  310 North Pine Street, Florence Alabama  Details:  Tickets at Ryan Piano
March 14, 2003  23rd Annual St. Patrick's Day Celebration - hosted by Birmingham Irish Cultural Society
Featuring live Celtic music from Hooley, Irish Dance, More music and Irish Cuisine
Where:  Pine Tree Country Club Details:  Tickets $50 at 205-685-9179 (all proceeds go to charity)
March 15, 2003 -  5th Annual Irish Evening - Fundraiser for UCP
Featuring Live Music from Henri's Notions, Irish Dance, Irish Cuisine and more.
Where:  Marriott Huntsville, 5 Tranquility Base (U.S. Space and Rocket Center) Huntsville Details: Tickets $50 (or $500 per table) 256-859-4900 or (all proceeds benefit United Cerebral Palsy)
March 15, 2003  2nd Annual Luck of the Irish Cook-Off and St. Pat's Parade (Hosted by the Mobile Exchange Club)
Where: Bienville Square and Dauphin Street, Mobile, AlabamaDetails:  For more info:  Fred Jones at or visit:
March 15, 2003 -  St. Patrick's Day Event at Killarney's in Forest Park (Pending)
Where:  Killarney's Irish Pub and Restaurant, 3625 8th Ave South, Bham  Details:  Event Pending - call 205-328-1548
March 16, 2003 -  Mithril - performing "A Celtic Celebration of St. Patrick's Day"
Where:  Historic Mobile Preservation Society, Oakleigh Hist. Complex, Mobile  Details:  251-432-1281
March 17, 2003 - St. Patrick's Day Parade in Birmingham
Where: From 5 Points South to Linn Park on 20th Street  Details:  All Welcome, FREE, Starts at Noon - Join the Parade at
March 17, 2003 - Henri's Notions - Live St. Patrick's Day Performance in Tuscaloosa
Where:  4th and 23rd Club, Temerson Square, Tuscaloosa  Details:  205-248-0255 or
March 17. 2003 - Mithril - St. Patrick's Day Concert
Where:  1255 Dauphin Street, Alabama School of Math and Science, Mobile  Details:  FREE, More information from
March 22, 2003 - Eileen Ivers with Immigrant Soul - Presented by The Alys Stephens Center -  SPECIAL OFFER for ACA
Where:  Alys Stephens Center, UAB Campus, Birmingham AL    Details:  Tickets available at 205-975-ARTS. (Friends of ACA receive 15% discount on tickets when mentioning Celtic Alabama News or ACA Website Listing of this event)  ALSO - Special Pre-Concert reception only $10 for Friends of ACA.  For more details or to reserve for reception, call 205-979-9653.
March 28, 2003 - Redhill - Performing for the Alabama Federation of Music Clubs
Where:  AU Hotel Dixon Conference Center at 6 P.M.
Details:  Celtic-Medieval Evening, more infor from
March 29, 2003 - Billy Kennedy - Presentation for the Birmingham Genealogical Society
Where:  3rd floor auditorium, Linn-Henly Bldg. , B'ham Public Library, Downtown  Details:  2 P.M. , Free, or 205-254-8227
March 29, 2003 - Scottish Athletics "Heavy Events Clinic"
Where:  Trussville, AL  Details:  Athletics Workshop for Scottish Heavy Events athletes.  Instruction by Professional Scottish Games athletes.  Hosted by Kearney Smith ( ).  Cost is $25 (includes lunch).  Proceeds go to Southeast Scottish Amateur Athletics.  To register for the clinic, call 205-567-5902 or e-mail   k- by March 14. 2003.

Visit our ACA Calendar for more details and  EVERYTHING ELSE that you don't want to miss!

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