While you can't count on Cleveland weather in late September, you can count on the spirit of Cleveland's Irish. So the Irish American Club East Side hosted a One Day Irish Fall Festival inside their Euclid home.
The daylong event featured bands, dancing, food and drink and shopping.
One of the bands was the Mad Macs who are an Irish/Celtic band from Cleveland. They perform a great blend of modern and traditional Irish and Celtic music. Larry McFadden (guitar, vocals), Joe Ronimo (bass, vocals), and Mike Mukavetz (mandolin, banjo, vocals) have performed together for over 40 years in various forms and combinations and now they have added percussionist Lorne Patrick Franklin to form Mad Macs.
In the first video clip, Mad Macs perform Mari's Wedding.
Mad Macs band at Irish American Club East Side
In this clip, Mad Macs perform Dirty Old Town
Enjoy these images from the event.
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Betty MacArthur, Rita McNeely, Kathie Kintz,
Jean Walsh and Claire Trueman
Tommy Davis, Mike Byrne and Francis McGarry
Sue Murphy and Linda Burke
Amanda Murphy holding Kelsey
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