GARY Fitzpatrick makes an appearance at Mahon's Hotel, Irvinestown, tomorrow night (Friday).

He is one of the new country kids on the block making a name for himself.

He performs a dynamic show of non-stop country music and always entertains the crowds.

Meanwhile, The Knights are a four piece band formed last year by Eoin Maneely, Paul Henry and brothers Ruairí and Caolan Cunningham.

The band consists of four vocalists who play a range of musical instruments including acoustic and electric guitars, fiddle, cajon, banjo and bódhran.

They play a varied style of music to suit all tastes including contemporary, traditional, folk, and rock but particularly specialise in a unique blend of contemporary Irish or in their own words ‘Irish with a twist’.

Since the launch of The Knights, the band has burst on to the local music scene and have performed in many venues across the province including weddings, corporate events and various festivals in a busy first year.

They were also recently crowned winners of the inaugural ‘Battle of the Buskers’ Festival in Dungannon.

The Knights perform in Mahon's front bar this Saturday night for the first time at 10.30pm

Award-winning country singer Trevor Loughrey, plays at Mahon’s Lounge on Sunday night.

He has been singing for over 10 years and enjoys every show.

Since releasing his first CD ‘Trevor Loughrey Eleven', dedicated to his grandmother, Margaret Loughrey, work has been thriving.

His unique country voice can be heard from 8pm on Sunday night.