Nineteen of the best. And thanks to Jewel for two cracking Nina Simone tunes.
So Ed mentions casually that a friend sof his is dropping in and that he’s a great sax and harmonica player. Of course it being Ed’s usual understated style, we didn’t expect the treat we were in store for.
Frank Meade squeezed himself in the middle of the stage and we had a Guinness record for the smallest area you could shoehorn a five price band into.
Thanks Frank, and drop in any time (please)! Continue reading Left Right & Centre with Frank Meade
This is the second last gig that the lads did in Kavanaghs. Unfortunately it is the last one I have to publish (I was AWOL for the last one).
Left, Right and Centre continue to play of course, so watch out for them.
Seventeen of the finest from Noel, Ed, Trevor and John.
An encore by Pat Farrell in Kavanaghs Bar.
Lot of shit going on lately, so updates suffered I’m afraid… There is a backlog of recordings, including Pat Farrell and The Business (next up), some more Left, Right & Centre gigs and Pete Cummins and Ger Kiely (of the Fleadh Cowboys) Off The Reservation in Frank Ryans.
So bear with me, this week should see some catch up (yeah right!). Well we live in hope!
Four gigs published after a long weekend… how’z dem apples?
Better late than never… Continue reading Left Right & Centre @ Kavanaghs Pub 02/06/2011
With Left, Right & Centre off backing Donovan, we were treated to Pat Farrell (guitar, vocals), Grant Nicolas (drums, vocals) and Jim Tate (bass) as The Business… and what a treat.
Pat and the lads treated us to 21 songs, including several from their new album Riff It Avenue.
Support the lads and buy one at their gigs, on Amazon or iTunes. Great Stuff! Continue reading The Business @ Kavanaghs Pub 26/05/2011
A trip to Clare and a nail-biting Heineken Cup final delayed publication!
Twenty of the best. Continue reading Left Right & Centre @ Kavanaghs Pub 19/05/2011
This website is built on WordPress using a modifed version of the Ambergreen theme by Factory42. Many thanks to them for releasing it under an Open Source license.
The customisations support 2 sizes of post thumbnails, one for the feature article at the top, and another for each of the “Last Four Releases” articles.
If you want a copy of the theme for yourself (GPL licensed) (or a customisation for your own band), just leave a comment on the Free Music page (I’ll get it eventually).