Experience Alternative

Eclectic, original and challenging, this is our space for sounds that blend the worlds of rock and pop. From underground sounds to cult heroes, catch it live in Killarney.

Jack O'Rourke and Cry Monster Cry

Jack O'Rourke and Cry Monster Cry

Jack O'Rourke and Cry Monster Cry

When: Saturday 9th March 2019
Where: INEC Acoustic Club Killarney

Jack O’Rourke is one of those mercurial artists whose musical imagination and personality has made him an intriguing entity to his many fans. A songwriter who first came to prominence with his ode to misunderstood youth, ‘Silence’ – which became a torch song for the Irish Marriage Equality Referendum – Jack went on to release his debut album Dreamcatcher to massive acclaim, peaking at No.5 in the Irish album charts and drawing huge critical praise – Tony Clayton Lea calling it “a seriously good album from a seriously good songwriter” in The Ticket and Lauren Murphy describing it as “a highly accomplished debut” in The Sunday Times. Jack’s voice – a rich baritone capable of ethereal falsetto, wraps around his tunes like a waif. Hunched around a piano, Jack is a subtle and intense performer, “showing a deftness when it comes to dissecting the minutiae of relationships and examining the human condition in a manner worthy of lyrical forebears Leonard Cohen and Tom Waits”, – Don Johnston, The Irish Examiner A natural melody writer, with chord changes unexpected yet familiar, as a lyricist, Jack manages to combine that most difficult and delicate of writing traits – the ability to convey the personal whilst making it universal. A key to his success to date is having made himself identifiable to music fans of many tastes, yet still keeping enough in the background to make further investigation a necessity. From winning the Nashville-based International Songwriting Award to playing his Dreamcatcher album live with an orchestra at Cork Opera House, Jack’s fledgling career has been conspicuous by its high water marks and now the songwriter is set to embark on another phase of his journey.

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Jake Carter

Jake Carter

When: Saturday 27th April 2019
Where: INEC Acoustic Killarney

Fresh off the back of what has been a roller coaster 18 months for Jake Carter, the pop singer is delighted to be returning to the INEC Acoustic Club on Saturday the 27th of April 2019. The Dancing With The Stars (2018) winner has enjoyed enormous success in recent times with his recent single releases, as well as packing out venues across the country including Dublin’s Vicar St. and Cork Opera House. With multiple TV projects also on the go, the 20 year old pop singer is delighted to be getting back on stage with his live band and showcasing his latest music in what promises to be a fun filled live concert with plenty of surprises!

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The Biggest 80's - 90's Disco

The Biggest 80's - 90's Disco

The Biggest 80's - 90's Disco

When: Saturday 25th April 2019
Where: INEC Killarney

A trip down memory lane, with performers from the 80’s and 90’s who dominated music industry of those times! During 4hr concert in fabulous INEC Killarney on 25th of May 2019 you will hear all your favourite hits, in one night from: Modern Talking Reloaded Ottawan Londonbeat Boney M feat Sheila Bonnick Tania Evans original voice of Mr. Vain Turbo B/ex Snap! Labouche Haddaway 2 Unlimited Dj Sash   So dress to impress! Put on your party shoes, fluff out your rara skirt, polish your DMs and find that Blur t-shirt that has been lurking in the back of your wardrobe and join the biggest disco night in Ireland this year!

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