Artist / Music

15 Mar 2020 / 5:15 AM GMT / 1 year ago

Expect the unexpected with Tiller’s Folly & Joel Hanna revisited!

Celtic Roots band Tiller’s Folly and dancer/percussionist/singer Joel Hanna will be performing a potent mix of Celtic Music and Dance to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day this March.  “This is a reunion of sorts,” says Bruce Coughlan. “We’re performing with Joel after a two-decade absence. The audience is in for a real treat; Joel is an amazing dancer and performer!” Joel will also be joining Tiller’s Folly on bodhran, guitar, and vocals for this string of shows.

For over twenty years, Tiller’s Folly has been uniting the past with the present as modern-day storytellers of lore. The toast of the Pacific Coast, they have performed across Canada, to the British Isles, and throughout the USA, sharing their memorable blend of energy, history, musicality, romance and just plain fun.

Dancer and choreographer Joel Hanna have been called “one of the most exciting dancers to ever step on the world stage.”  and is known for his athletic and boundary-breaking mixture of tap dance, musical percussion, Irish dance, and martial arts.
Beyond touring the world with shows like RiverdanceDancing on Dangerous Ground & Choreography on the Edge, Joel has lent his talents to ground-breaking international collaborations like Shakti Caravan (India), Fidanz (Cuba)& Lights (Vietnam).

Order the live stream which is starting March 14th @ 9.15 PM PST only on the following link:

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