Live Music


Paddyman, real name Declan O’Sullivan, was born and raised in Co Kildare, Ireland, not far from Irish ballad legend Christy Moore. He started playing music in the pubs with his father aged 15. He says that it was there he learned the importance of building a repertoire of songs. If you want to be thoroughly entertained by a unique show with an Irish twist, you should definitely check out Paddyman!

Jack van Ginger

JvG are 3 friends that knew each other at a very young age and their charisma, talent, and energy will ensure you have a great time while they entertain you. On stage they laugh, joke, toast, and occasionally sing.

The Other Band

The Other Band is an electric acoustic band playing great melodies from Tom Petty to the Lumineers, from Mumford to The Hip. The Other Band is a fun and interactive group of friends that has a great time where ever they go playing rock, folk, blues, and everything in between.

The Shalalas

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.

Daryl Gray

Born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Daryl tasted the wanderer’s life at an early age, traveling Europe and North America with his parents before settling back in Ireland. Growing up to music as diverse as The Beatles to Slade, The Dubliners, Horslips, and Thin Lizzy.

Mel Monaco

Mel Monaco enjoys putting a twist on contemporary RnB Pop with soulful Jazz vocals. Performing unique covers of Bill Withers, Lizzo, Amy Winehouse, Sheryl Crow through to Jamiroquai, Stevie Wonder and a number of funky originals, Monaco in her duo formation is sure to make you move and groove!

Right Proper Lads

The Right Proper Lads are a high-energy, Celtic-based duo from the Niagara area.

Patsy & The Muscle

Patrick & Matthew Vandersluys have been brothers ever since Matt’s birth on December 9th, 1986. Learning to sing and play the guitar from their uncle Michael, they quickly made a name for themselves around the neighbourhood bonfires in Niagara Falls, and have since expanded that neighbourhood to encompass all of the Niagara Region out to the greater Golden Horseshoe Region of Southern Ontario.

The O’Deadlys

It was the summer of 2007. In the middle of The Netherlands. Arnhem to be precise. That’s where our two protagonists met. That fateful meeting turned into a love story across two continents and eventually lead to the formation of The O’Deadlys, considered by many to be Ontario’s top Celtic band.