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Folk Music - Tom & Mary Kay Aufrance

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"Your St. Patrick's Day Show at Red's 395 is great! I go every year!" -- Tony

Contact Tom & Mary Kay for music at your...

Festival, Fair or
Theme Event

Music
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Private Events:
For Senior Centers
Parties & Receptions
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Our Specialty Acts...

Tom and Mary Kay Aufrance - Slim and Minnie Folk Music - Gairin Celtic

Slim and Minnie bring beautiful harmonies and homespun humor to the stage. This show is an eclectic mix of acoustic music of favorite cowboy and Americana songs, popular and folk music covers and dance tunes and originals. Folks of all musical preferences and all ages find themselves joyfully transported into a timeless musical groove whenever Slim and Minnie perform!

Gairin Celtic Music

Gáirín Celtic Music entertains a wide variety of audiences...

  • Music and Magic for your festival stage
  • Irish Pub Night show for coffee shops, restaurants and pubs.

Whether it's recreating the fun of being in an Irish pub - leading familiar singalongs - or on the festival trail, Tom and Mary Kay enjoy bringing all facets of Celtic music to all audiences. The name Gáirín comes from the Gaelic word for joy, which is Gaira. So, Gáirín would be just a wee bit o' laughter, kinda like a chuckle! Like the name, our show promotes the joy of Celtic music and magic!

A Celtic Connection

Speaking of chuckles. The Nevada Desert Quail is a familiar sight as it clucks and chuckes its way around Nevada. Here's the Celtic connection. That funny little bird was first catalogued and named by a real old time Celtic cowboy whose roots included Scots-Irish and Welsh American. He was the adventurer and naturalist William Gambel, who was came Out West with other early explorers in 1842.

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Tom and Mary Kay play Irish music at the bookstore

Enjoy music from our show at the Brewery Arts Center, Carson City, Nevada USA


 

We also write original music.

Mary Kay's Go Ask the Rain from Musical Dreams.

Such a beautiful song sung by an equally beautiful voice!

--Espie Estrella, About.com

More videos on our youtube site ...


A few places you can find our music online:
 Our Music Videos on Youtube Our Music on Amazon- Our Music on iTunes  Our cdbaby site
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Contact us for music: Email or Call (775) 841-1193

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New: Listen and license our music commercially through Getty
License works by Mary Kay Aufrance, BMI
Licensing is also available from BMI

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Musical Dreams Book and CD
Ramblin Irishman Book and CD 23 Songs and Tunes
Old Time Music
Ramblin Irishman CD
Musical Dreams CD
Childs Play CD
In the Moon of Wintertime CD

We have performed at:

Sierra Contra Dance Society - Plumas Sierra County Fair - Urban Farm Fest - Hawthorne Nevada Armed Forces Days - State of Nevada Governor's Mansion - Virginia City Rocky Mountain Oyster Fry - Celtic Beltane Festival - El Dorado County Library Music on the Lawn - Portola Railroad Days - Carson City Rendezvous - Nevada State Railroad Museum - Tahoe-Tallac Assn. Valhalla Grand Hall - Boathouse Theatre - Nevada Society of Scottish Clans Robert Burns Supper - Circus Circus Reno - Nevada Territory Wild West Fair State Fair - Gold Canyon Steakhouse - Sierra Philharmonic League 4th of July with Reno Philharmonic - Sons and Daughters of Erin St. Patrick's Dinner - Reno Irish Dance Co. - Brewery Arts Center - Reno Artown - Ceol Irish Pub Reno - Reno Celtic Celebration - Marriott Hotels Reno & Tahoe - John Ascuaga's Nugget - Ch.10 TV

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