IN-NOLA is excited to announce that, in association, with Pauline and Stephen Patterson's new craft bar on Tulane avenue, Trèo, it will be hosting a St. Patrick's day party with a unique twist at Treo on March 14, 2014 at 7.00 p.m.
Trèo encompasses fine drinks, adventurous food and local art. Together, these three passions reflect the genuine hospitality and creative energy that have always sustained Mid-City and New Orleans.
For more information on Trèo visit it's website here.
Trèo and IN-NOLA are flying the "Celt in the Cotton Club," Tara O' Grady, into New Orleans to provide the entertainment for the March 14 party.
With Elizabeth Taylor’s features, Billie Holiday’s voice, Audrey Hepburn’s fashion sense, and a combination of Cole Porter’s writing style with a touch of Nellie McKay’s quirky lyrics, Tara O’Grady is the full package, combining Celtic, folk, blues, and especially jazz in her unique style. Featured on BBC Radio 2 in the UK and WFUV 90.7 in New York, Tara’s soulful and lilting vocals have been compared to Ella Fitzgerald, Aretha Franklin and Patsy Cline. WFUV’s John Platt chose Tara as one of his three new music discoveries of 2013 that the station is most excited to get turned on to. And her third album, A Celt in the Cotton Club, made the Irish Voice Newspaper’s Best Albums of 2013 list.
Her versions of traditional Irish songs are breathtaking.
For more information on Tara visit her website here.
The night will begin at 7.00 p.m. with Tara and her band coming on stage at 8.30 p.m. So, come on out and enjoy a St. Patrick's day party with a difference; traditional Irish music with a Jazz and Blues slant in the eclectic atmosphere at Trèo. Dress up, drink some craft cocktails, eat some good snacks and enjoy the night with some friends!
The party is open to everyone, not just IN-NOLA members so bring your friends and spread the word!
There will be a cover charge of $15 charged by Trèo to offset some of the cost of bringing Tara and her band to New Orleans.
Food and drink available for purchase.