King Cedar is the adopted moniker of Bangor songsmith Stephen Macartney

27 March 2020
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King Cedar is the adopted moniker and current musical meanderings of Bangor songsmith Stephen Macartney. With the aim of writing as honestly as possible, King Cedar recalls the stories we all accumulate along the way; from love, life and regret, to depression, death – and whiskey. It’s country without a pick up. Folk without a cardigan.

The songwriter and vocalist formerly of Farriers has been a mainstay of the Northern Irish music scene for many years. He’s honed his craft in bars, backrooms, and festival stages. Recently, he spent time in the United States drawing on the inspiration of these turbulent times. This is sure to be reflected in his new album due for release in Spring 2020.

Expect a special hometown gig and don’t miss out!  

This will be some of the first listens to new music from King Cedar.

All hail!

27 March 2020
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Opening Times

  • 8pm


  • Tickets. Booking essential £12 includes refreshments

Contact Details

  • Address Town Hall Castle Park Avenue Bangor Co. Down BT20 4BT
  • Telephone 028 9127 1200
  • Email
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