Longford band Busy Fingers are heading home to Drumlish for a special performance at Gallagher’s Lounge this Saturday night.
The group will take to the stage in Gallagher’s to raise money for the Irish Cancer Society, as part of a night which has been organised by Grace Rogers as part of a nationwide fundraising campaign for the charity.
A great night of dancing and craic is assured with special guests dropping in to lend a hand, including Philip Rogers and the band’s former keyboard player, Grace.
The group, made up of Mel, Joe, Don Frank and Tommy, have had a busy year to date, with a full diary of dates which have included weddings, festivals and dances both at home and abroad.
Busy Fingers also performed on a recent Caribbean cruise alongside household names like Daniel O’Donnell and Nathan Carter.
Their appearance at Gallagher’s in Drumlish will be the first time in two years that Busy Fingers have played a hometown gig, and the crowd can expect to hear ‘Joyce Country Ceili Band’, ‘Galway Girl’, ‘I Gotta Feeling’ and plenty of other fan favourites.
With a schedule that takes the group right around the country and further afield, who knows when they will play Drumlish again?
So if you’re a Busies fan and you’re in the mood to dance, make your way to Gallagher’s Lounge in Drumlish this Saturday for a great night out in support of a good cause.