FULL EVENTS SCHEDULES
ARBORIST – Sat 22nd FebruaryUnlimited Tickets Saturday, Feb 22 2020 | 8:00 pm 60 Johnstown, Waterford
ARBORIST – Sat 22nd February 8PM
Here Comes the Devil is the second single taken from the new ARBORIST album A Northern View out on 7 th Feb 2020.
It follows lead single Taxi which was released in November 2019 to widespread acclaim and regular radio play from the likes of Gideon Coe, Steve Lamacq and Cerys Matthews. ARBORIST’s chief architect and songwriter, Mark McCambridge, says of Here Comes the Devil “it’s about those unspoken or subconscious prejudices that most people have buried but which can be stirred and reveal themselves when they think they can get away with it; in their own home, online or…at the ballot box. The cathartic ending is it all pouring out.”
The new album, A Northern View, encapsulates a time and place, the here and now, for better or worse. Rich in melody and mood, it is resplendent with lush arrangements and underpinned by an uneasiness that unsettles the listener just when they’ve been lured in. Complex, literary and political, Mark McCambridge has produced the album that is needed from the place where he is from, at the very time when uncertainty abounds. It is a paean to this part of world at an unsettled and unsettling moment.
Arborist came to the attention of the critics with their debut single, the Americana tinged 2015 debut single “Twisted Arrow”, that features an astonishing duet with Kim Deal of The Breeders. Their 2016 debut album Home Burial was nominated for the Northern Irish Music Prize and released to critical acclaim, with Mojo hailing it as “a staggering debut of depth and substance” and The Guardian calling it an “instant classic.” Uncut described the lead single, “A Man Of My Age”, as articulating, “the claustrophobia of family life with sensitive frankness amid a mesmerizing Smog-like languor”.
Remembering JoeUnlimited Tickets Friday, Mar 06 2020 | 8:00 pm Longcourt House Hotel, Newcastlewest, Co. Limerick
There’s no Show like a Joe Show!
The Dolan Family proudly present “Remembering Joe” The Original
Joe Dolan Show". Hear all the hits Good Looking Woman, Make Me
an Island, Goodbye Venice goodbye, More and More, It’s you It’s
You It’s You, Sister Mary, Good Looking Woman.
It’s the Original and Official Joe Dolan Show featuring the Original Joe
Dolan Band featuring Joe’s brother Ben who played with Joe from his
very first performance to his last along with all the Dolan Family. Don’t
miss this spectacular concert where they will recreate the music and the
memories of the legend that was Joe Dolan.
Longcourt House Hotel, Newcastlewest, Co. Limerick.
Friday 6 th March
Tickets €28 from Hotel Reception (069)25300 and
The Lost BrothersUnlimited Tickets Friday, Apr 03 2020 | 8:00 pm Patrick Street, Waterford
Mini Programme Blurb Biog – The Lost Brothers
Shortlisted as one of MOJO magazines albums of 2018, and nominated for Best Band and Best Album at the inaugural RTE Radio 1 Folk Awards, The Lost Brothers have become known as one of the very finest bands around. Collaborations down the line have included work with Brendan Benson of The Raconteurs, Richard Hawley and Glen Hansard. They now add to their growing repertoire with their sixth studio album, “After The Fire After The Rain”, which features contributions from M Ward, Jolie Holland, Steve Wickham and Howe Gelb. The album was recorded in New York by Daniel Schlett and Tony Garnier (Bob Dylan’s longest running band member and bass player of the past 30 years.) With 5 highly acclaimed albums already under their belt and a brand new sixth release on the horizon, they have a rich well of songs to draw from for a spectacular live show. Catch them on their upcoming U.K. and Ireland tour. More info at www.thelostbrothersband.com
“As smooth as aged old whiskey. Best of the year” 4/5 Stars- The Irish Times “Spellbinding “ NME “The dovetailing of the two voices make this so very special.” The Guardian “Simon and Garfunkel reborn in the desert.” Uncut Magazine “Making huge spaces very intimate indeed. Superb.” Huffington Post “The Lost Brothers harmonies are to die for, as near as a duo have got to the mastery of The Everlys and The Louvin Brothers’ tender close harmony singing that I’ve heard anywhere near these shores.” – Richard HawleyBook Ticket