About The Band
J.P. and Deanna Shalala are a husband and wife duo from Niagara Falls. The Irish Harp Pub was actually one of their first gigs as a dating couple back in 2007, and they have since continued to play there monthly.
They are partnered with numerous organizations, leading singalongs, and teaching group classes. They also regularly perform at upscale restaurants, wineries, special events, and weddings.
With hundreds of popular songs in their repertoire, their unique vocal/guitar/piano arrangements and high charisma are the perfect fit for any occasion.
Deanna Shalala – Vocals, Piano, and Guitar
Fun Fact: Deanna is a Niagara songwriter and musician, happy to be devoting time to writing music, playing live shows, teaching 1:1 music lessons and group music classes, and leading singalongs at various organizations. Through all her musical adventures, Deanna’s hope is to connect with people on a meaningful level.
J.P. Shalala – Vocals, Guitar, and Harmonica
Fun Fact: J.P. is a singer-songwriter and producer from southern Ontario who performs covers and original music at weddings, wineries, pubs, and other venues across Niagara. He’s a loving father and husband and is available for hire for your next event.
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Our Weekly Live Music is Free Admission. Space is limited and reservations fill up quickly.
IMPORTANT: We won’t be accepting reservations during the summer months (June 30th – September 4th, 2023) for regular dining service. We will accommodate the reservations that are already in our system for those dates and we will still accept large-party reservation requests for Mondays – Thursdays by email request only.
For parties of up to 8 people, you can make a reservation quickly and easily using our online Booking Widget. For parties of 9 or more, you can only make a reservation by filling out our Contact Form.
We recommend making a reservation well in advance to secure your table. For more information please visit our Reservation Page.
*NOTE: We can’t always guarantee a table on the band side for reservations, although, we do our best to accommodate. We can sometimes move guests to a table on the band side when a table opens up and the waitlist permits.