release of its new album, “The Water that Connects Us.”
The public is invited to attend a special CD release party event, which will be held Oct. 25 in the Murphy Fireside Room of Dubh Linn Irish Pub & Billiards,
The event will include hors d’œuvres, “peel-and-eat” shrimp and CD signing from 6 to 7 p.m., a special cameo performance by McInnis’ Kitchen from 7 to 7:30 p.m., more CD signing from 7:30 to 8 p.m., and live Irish pub music from 8 to 9 p.m.
There will also be drawings for “McInnis’ Kitchen - The Water That Connects Us Tour 2007” T-shirts.
McInnis’ Kitchen released their album in
The album has already received rave reviews and airplay on CBC Radio and local radio stations in the
Prior to the U.S. release of “The Water that Connects Us,” McInnis’ Kitchen’s music was featured here in Minnesota and throughout the region on KAXE during the station’s “Best of the New Music” showcase on “Currents” with Mark Tarner.
McInnis’ Kitchen performs music that is energetic, rhythmic and represents the synergy of combining
The group’s original compositions take the listener to exciting new ground. Its instrumentals feature plenty of driving double-fiddling, and the songs are rich in the tradition of Irish music of
Since forming two years ago, the group has performed internationally at festivals and concerts, and has been featured on radio and television.
The members of McInnis’ Kitchen are Mark Boggie, Chuck Butler, Sue Spencer and Jim Ofsthun.
During the August tour of
McInnis’ Kitchen was also featured at three major festivals: the
*I'm not making this up. An advance copy made its way into my hands this afternoon, and I've been listening to it ever since. Early verdict: Another Duluth classic.