Paddywhack is a Lincoln based group that has performed folk music from the British Isles and North America for over 40 years. The band currently consists of Dave Marsh and Terry Keefe, two of the original members, and new member, Jenn Duerr. Over the years they have maintained their distinct sound and unique flavor. The group plays a variety of jigs, hornpipes, polkas, and reels on a multitude of instruments and mix them up with precise vocal harmonies while singing sea shanties, ballads, and sing alongs. An evening with Paddywhack is likely to include sea shanties, beautiful ballads, robust pub songs, haunting tunes on pennywhistle, soulful songs on the hammered dulcimer and Irish fiddle, and intricate rhythms on the the bodhran.
Current Members of Paddywhack include:
Terry Keefe has been performing music for over 40 years with a number of musical ensembles. Based in Lincoln, Nebraska he has played a variety of musical styles such as bluegrass, blues, celtic, swing, and cajun. Terry has earned many awards including the 1982 Midwest fiddle championship and the 1982 Iowa state mandolin championship.
Dave Marsh plays banjo, bodhran, accordion, hammered dulcimer, penny whistle, bones, spoons, and more. He is truly a talented performer and will get audiences going with his a bodhran solo or two. Originally from Schuyler, NE, Dave spent much of his youth in Omaha performing as a percussionist with the Omaha Youth Symphony.
St. Paddy’s Day and Whinney Hills of Lietram
Band of Shearers
Tell Me Ma
Blood Red Roses
Cape Cod Girls
Paddywhack Photographic History
Terry Keefe, Dave Marsh, Derek Bell, Paddy Maloney, and Chris Sayre immediately following the Concert at the Lied Center in Lincoln on February 3, 2001
The Finale-February 3, 2001
Leave Her Johnny http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rA_jpb838o
Harp Without the crown http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGTRXe9-c4M