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Festival 2016 – Art Exhibition

Festival 2016 – Art Exhibition

“Some images from the opening of the Danny Boy Jazz and Blues Festival Art Exhibition at the Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre. Please call down to see some amazing artwork from the following artists… •...

Fat Lip

Brass heavy musical sensation Fat Lip, whose members have played and recorded with the likes of The Pogues, Bad Manners, Brian May and local talent David Lyttle to name but a few, are here to give...

Café Storm

We are an Artisan Coffee Shop based in the town of Limavady, Co.Londonderry Northern Ireland. We Specialise in Home Cooked Produce Using Local Suppliers

G’wan….Push the boat out !

20 Years Young in 2016, and to allow ourselves to reach full Jazz’N’Blues tilt by the end of this year’s festival, we thought we needed a longer run up ! So this year we have slotted...

Amanda St John Band

Previously appearing at Stendahl, but appearing at Jazz and Blues for the first time this year, Amanda St John is a Soul/R&B/Pop singer from Belfast.  She is due to release her debut album ‘Grow’ in May...

Roaring Forties Storm Into Town

The Roaring Forties are a top ten album charting swing rock band featuring some of the best players in Ireland.  They’ve played all over Europe and we are delighted to have them ! Regular favourites at...

Festival Art Exhibition

Coming up next Friday, 13th May, at the Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre, the Danny Boy Jazz & Blues Festival presents our very own Art Exhibition. The exhibition will showcase the work of the following...

Michael Watters

Michael Watters is an accomplished classical/jazz guitarist from Derry, Northern Ireland. He has played at numerous jazz festivals including The City Of Derry Jazz Festival, Doonbeg International Jazz Festival and our very own Dannyboy Jazz And...

Limavady Methodist Church

We are a family of missionary servants who are passionate about making jesus known in all of life.  At Limavady Methodist Church the ‘Function’ of church happens best through our small groups – ‘life groups’ where...