Event: Brock McGuire Band Oct 20th, Jan 20, July 26 Get Your Tickets Now

Oct 20th, Jan 20, July 26, and just added April 12

 The Brock McGuire Band is steeped in Irish tradition and performs it with abiding respect and creativity. Residing in County Clare, button accordionist and melodeonist Paul Brock and fiddler Manus McGuire are two of Ireland’s most celebrated traditional musicians and have been at the forefront of Irish music for many years.

Performing with the Brock McGuire Band are two outstanding musicians: Galway player Enda Scahill, a multiple All-Ireland champion on tenor banjo and a senior All-Ireland Champion on mandolin; and Denis Carey, an acclaimed pianist, composer and arranger who hails from Newport, County Tipperary.

Brock McGuire Band will be Performing at McNamara’s Irish Pub & Restaurant, Nashville’s newest and most Authentic Irish Pub. McNamara’s has quickly made a name for them selves as the preeminent live Irish Music Venue in Nashville.

Cost of the event: Advance Sale $12, Day of the Performance $15

Sponsored By Bulk Warehouse 

5 Clear Benefits of Using a Pager for Your Personal or Professional Life

Technology has truly advanced in more ways than we do realize. From pagers, there now are cell phones. Whenever a new technological innovation surfaces, we think that the previous innovation is already outdated and no longer necessary. It really does not have to be that way. There are a lot of innovations in the past that we still use today. Such as Numeric (More) and Alphanumeric pagers are the most popular.

Pagers are just one of the many innovations in the past years that have remained to be a viable asset not just for the government but for medical facilities as well. Here are five distinct benefits of still having a pager at this modern time:

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