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In Old Chicago: Stories & Songs of a Beloved City
a preview of Jamie’s Dublin Salon
at Chief O’Neill’s Restaurant and Pub.
The Concert Salon is a journey in song, interspersed with readings. Jamie’s classic signature ballads, parlor songs, soaring hymns, and singalongs will be featured, as well as beloved songs by Jamie’s late musical partner Michael Smith.
A very special evening is being planned, mid-way through the Roots in Ireland 2022 Project, with Jamie on vocals, John Erickson on piano. With special guests Christopher O’Reilly and Judi Cogan Heikes, Readers and Katrina O’Reilly Loundy, guest musicians
Reservations are required through this website. Space is limited. Covid protocols will be in place. Vaccinations required. Food, drink, tip are done via the restaurant and are not included in the ticket price. Once you purchase an admission ticket, we will reserve your table or seat with the restaurant. Plan to arrive by 6 PM. OR…
Want to see the show, eat and drink afterward? That’s an option with your reservation.
We are sold out. Stay tuned for the next show… Jamie
The Pub wiill be decorated for the holidays in time for the concert. The dining room is set up with a stage, with great sitelines for all attending.
Lovely holiday CDs: Jamie’s The Gift of the Magi, Songs of a Catholic Childhood and John’s jazz Trio : Glad and Golden Hours, A Feeling of Christmas will be for sale. A raffle – with specialty items for holiday gifting, created by local artisans, will be part of the festivities. (Tickets sold on blog in advance and at event)
Listen to John Erickson here: https://www.johnericksonpiano.com/albums
What is the Roots in Ireland Project?
A year-long exploration of Jamie’s vocal heritage, and the roots of her family’s Chicago Salon tradition, exploring the world of her Irish American relations: feisty activists, artists and writers, and the Irish literary revival in the early 20th century.
The Project will culminate in a journey to Ireland, and a performance celebrating the Centenary of the James Joyce masterpiece Ulysses.
Read more about the project here: https://www.jamieoreilly.com/roots-in-ireland-project-donor-page/
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