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Dylan Foley And Friends At The Dubliner Pub
Hudson Valley

There are certain doors that, once stepped through, transport you to an altogether different place. I'm not just talking about different as in outside vs. inside, but different as in another country, and another era. The Dubliner Pub at 796 Main Street in Poughkeepsie has just such a door.

Decorated with authentic furniture and items from Ireland, the Dubliner Pub is a great place to escape, have some good food, good drink and GREAT music. In this case, the music is provided by Dylan Foley and Friends. Dylan is becoming more of a world famous musician every year. Having won the coveted All Ireland prize as a fiddler three years in a row, you can be sure that the music will be top shelf.

Be sure to check the Dubliner web site to see who is playing when, and say "Hi" to Dylan!

Copyright: Mark fink
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Chargée: 11/04/2011
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Tags: pub; dubliner; dylan; foley; fiddle; irish; music
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