As Eamonn Car says:
The most explosive confunktion since ol’ Einstein souped up his A-bomb with razzle-dazzle and ramalama back in the day.
began playing electric guitar with Dublin legends Blues House. That was before he kick-started the London boogie scene with Bees Make Honey when Ian Dury sat at the bar taking notes. He’s also played with Nick Lowe, Graham Parker and Dana Gillespie.
laying down the perfect beat in Skid Row when Philip Lynott was a singer without a bass guitar. Noel is the guv’nor as testified by the cast of superstars who won’t tour unless he’s behind the kit. Artists he’s worked with include Van Morrison, The Waterboys and Mary Black.
brings a unique keyboard style to the fray. Formerly with Auto Da Fe (for those of us old enough to remember) and a current member of Aosdána.
plays the earthquake bass that shook the foundations of the million gin joints The Business once called home.