THE Thomastown Community River Trust (TCRT) are delighted to announce a special night of live music at Set Theatre on Thurs 26th July.
‘Past The Point of Rescue’ writer Mick Hanly also replaced Christy Moore as Moving Hearts frontman in 1981. A true artist his live performances are as memorable for his entertaining storytelling as his incredible back catalogue of songwriting as its best.
Ultan Conlon has had a busy year helping promote hotly-tipped Irish film ‘Songs For Amy, at various film festivals around the world including Cannes and Newport Festival California. He has also just finished recording second album /songs of love so cruel’ set for release later this year. This will be Ultans first Kilkenny gig since his stunning performance supporting John Grant at Kilkenny Rhythym n Roots 2011.
Kilkenny native Clive Barnes tops this night of songwriting excleence with tracks from 2009s The Ghost Countr yOut of the studio and onto the stage, Barnes is not to be missed as a live performer for this is where the sheer raw honesty and energy is each track comes to life.
RTE’s Harry Guiren noted in a review of Clive Barnes performing at Vicar Street, Dublin, “Clive is a guitarist who can make one acoustic sound like six. Barnes transported the entire, hushed venue across the Atlantic to where the paths taken by the Delta Blues, Tom Waits and Bruce Springsteen all led to his own special territory.”
Tickets for this incredible lineup of Irelans finest songwriters are available from Set Theatre & Rollercoaster Music for just 10euros....
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