Mcconnell stage

REVIEWS:

With our deepest appreciation, some of the venues at which we've performed have offered their written assessment of our show on their stage.  Take a look...



 It was a pleasure having all of you! The feedback was fantastic! Every one loved you! Tell the band that we we said thank you for coming out and that Everyone loved the music, the crowd interaction, and your spins on the traditional tunes! Looking forward to next year.

Rhoawan Moonstone
Summerland Festival 2017

 



"Two2Many is a convergence of old and new. Talented musicians from previous bands combining with a fresh young voice. Humor when it needs to be and classic performances that seem effortless. Three thorns surrounding a beautiful Rose makes this band different from the rest and a night you will not forget."

Patrick Fallon, President 
The Shamrock Club of Columbus 

 

  



The Worthington Parks and Recreation Department was lucky to have Two2Many perform during the Summer Concert Series on the Village Green. They are the perfect mix of powerful instrumentals and beautiful vocals. The crowd was up on their feet, clapping and singing along. The requests to bring them back next summer have been pouring in! Don’t miss this fun, engaging and entertaining group.

Melissa Hindman, Marketing and Community Outreach Supervisor
Worthington Parks and Recreation Department
Worthington


Two2Many traveled to the Cleveland area to entertain members at the Irish American Club-East Side over St. Patrick's Day Weekend. The sweet voice of Keri McBride enthralled the hundreds who came for the great Irish music. The band says their theme is "Irish for the Irish" and they certainly lived up to it. Songs such as "The Wild Rover" and "Whiskey in the Jar" had the crowd clapping and stomping their feet to the music. John McBride's solo performance on the bodhrán held everybody's attention. The dance floor was packed for Gay Gordon’s. When you listen to this band, you can tell that they love what they are doing, and we loved listening to them! We hope to see them back at the Irish American Club-East Side in the future.
 
Linda L. Burke, President, IACES
Euclid, OH


"I have to say that 'Two2Many' put on great performances (at the Pittsburgh Irish Festival). It was great to see folks who not only were amazing musicians, but who all seemed to actually be loving performing. If you all come to the Pittsburgh area again, let me know and I will try my best to come see you again!"

Dave Neeely - Photographer, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


Two2Many gave Toledoans what they came to the Hibernian Irish Festival to experience…a huge chunk of the Emerald Isle. Their eclectic blend of auld Irish with an American spin kept the crowd on their feet through their entire performance. Accomplished musicians all, Two2Many band members proved exceptional with the traditional musical instruments of Ireland: the bodhran, fiddles and guitars which provided the perfect accompaniment to the angelic voice of Keri McBride, lilting above the crowd. Their performance Friday night brought festival goers back again Saturday for yet more of Two2Many.

-Mur Bookmiller
Toledo Hibernian Irish Festival Co-chairman


"Two2Many ..The Best Unknown Band of Ireland"

As you watch this band perform you just can’t help but realize how much they love what they do! Their passion and honesty is apparent even to the most lethargic of eyes .

Lots of "Irish Bands" have tried their Celtic style at the Claddagh Irish Pub, but Two2Many outshine the lot. As I write this review (as a native of Dublin, Ireland) I can safely say this lot would have the Arlington Pub just off O’Connell Street in Dublin up on their feet and adopt each of them as one of their own.

Tyler on fiddle, and John on the Bodhrán complimented each other one tune after the other, and the brisk pace allows each of them to exploit each other’s technique and gift in the art of Irish music. They play with this great drive and energy which allows them the gratitude of their large group of loyal followers, which in turn tells me they don't have that obnoxious air about them that some Irish bands in America at times portray.

Sinead O'Connor, Anne Briggs, and Richard Thompson all brilliantly sang the ballad of " She Moved Through The Fair ". On Friday night last the lead singer of the group, Keri McBride, had the audience in the grasp of her hand for the duration of the set... and her outstanding and haunting version of "She Moved Through The Fair" had the entire pub applaud in awe and admiration. Everything about Keri's performance just sounded fresh and free-spirited. Simply put it just sounded "Right".

We look forward to bringing them back in the near future and if you don't catch them at the Claddagh, I suggest you catch them somewhere .

If you need some real Irish inside you, I suggest Two2Many without hesitation!!

Claddagh Irish Pub
Mason, OH
Claddagh pub