Bod Brief: Tullamore set to perform Celtic music through Topeka Public Library


Photo courtesy of the Topeka Public Library

Celtic Vibes: Tullamore will be giving a virtual performance this weekend through the Topeka Public Library. They are well known for their unique spin on traditional Celtic music.

The band known as Tullamore will be hosting a virtual performance through the Topeka Public Library this weekend on Sunday, March 28 from 3:00 to 5:00 pm.

Tullamore is known for its unique blend of contemporary music from Ireland, Scotland, Canada, and the U.S. It has been described by the TPL as an American-folk body with a traditional Celtic soul.

The band has a long history stretching back to 1997 when founder Mark Clavey began performing at Renaissance-like festivals around the Midwest alongside his partner Sean Foree. Since then, the band has performed many times in the Midwest and regularly goes on international tours.

For more information on Tullamore, check out their website here. For more information on the upcoming event, which is planned to be streamed on YouTube, click here.

Edited by: Crystal Hendrix, Katrina Johnson