Gigs you might like...

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]Robert Plant & Saving Grace
http://ledzepnews.com/2019/05/30/robert ... ing-grace/

Amazing gig last night, if anyone is able to, get along to Belfast/Dublin shows.
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tweber wrote: Tue Jul 23, 2019 7:49 pm ]Robert Plant & Saving Grace
http://ledzepnews.com/2019/05/30/robert ... ing-grace/

Amazing gig last night, if anyone is able to, get along to Belfast/Dublin shows.
Oh I thought he had retired! Glad you enjoyed the show. Had a brief look at the live videos. He seems to be a little more relaxed and at ease than usual. Good for him. I loved the "Good Times Bad Times" drumming sensation. His feet could barely reach the pedals lol! Great stuff!
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cybot wrote: Wed Jul 24, 2019 11:43 pm
tweber wrote: Tue Jul 23, 2019 7:49 pm ]Robert Plant & Saving Grace
http://ledzepnews.com/2019/05/30/robert ... ing-grace/

Amazing gig last night, if anyone is able to, get along to Belfast/Dublin shows.
Oh I thought he had retired! Glad you enjoyed the show. Had a brief look at the live videos. He seems to be a little more relaxed and at ease than usual. Good for him. I loved the "Good Times Bad Times" drumming sensation. His feet could barely reach the pedals lol! Great stuff!
To my shame Dermot I knew nothing about the band but they were stunning. They were introduced as Saving Grace only and there was no pretentious crap. RP was one of five very talented musicians. Played mostly American folk as heard on Band of Joy , Raising Sand and Patty Griffin lps. He was relaxed throughout the show and very generous to the other musicians who were brilliant. They all looked like they enjoyed the show and so did the audience. My only criticism was it ended too quickly.
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I tried to blag my way into their gig in Galway last week but I didn't succeed. They were playing in a church there and I know the organist well, but for some reason security thought that was an insufficient reason to let me in...
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I saw the band in the Everyman in Cork last Monday - outstanding gig - very swampy and dark stuff.
Quite brilliant band. Excellent guitarists - one like Ry Cooder the other reminded me of Lowell George.

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tweber wrote: Thu Jul 25, 2019 9:34 pm
cybot wrote: Wed Jul 24, 2019 11:43 pm
tweber wrote: Tue Jul 23, 2019 7:49 pm ]Robert Plant & Saving Grace
http://ledzepnews.com/2019/05/30/robert ... ing-grace/

Amazing gig last night, if anyone is able to, get along to Belfast/Dublin shows.
Oh I thought he had retired! Glad you enjoyed the show. Had a brief look at the live videos. He seems to be a little more relaxed and at ease than usual. Good for him. I loved the "Good Times Bad Times" drumming sensation. His feet could barely reach the pedals lol! Great stuff!
To my shame Dermot I knew nothing about the band but they were stunning. They were introduced as Saving Grace only and there was no pretentious crap. RP was one of five very talented musicians. Played mostly American folk as heard on Band of Joy , Raising Sand and Patty Griffin lps. He was relaxed throughout the show and very generous to the other musicians who were brilliant. They all looked like they enjoyed the show and so did the audience. My only criticism was it ended too quickly.
Only just seeing this now Shane. looks like you were in the right place at the right time. Lucky you!
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Randy Newman tour 2022 cancelled for now:
https://www.irishexaminer.com/lifestyle ... 20313.html
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The Pink Floyd tribute band, UK Pink Floyd Experience, are playing a few gigs in Ireland. Dates etc on their website:

http://ukpinkfloydexperience.com/tour-dates/

Some information on the band and the show:

http://ukpinkfloydexperience.com/
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Jah Wobble will be at Wheelan's in Dublin next February 2024

https://www.whelanslive.com/event/jah-wobble/

Watched him live with band at The Social Club recently and he was great

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