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Friday 27th January

FIACH

FIACH

plus special guest

Dublin singer-songwriter Fiach Moriarty released his debut record So I in March 2010 to great acclaim earning him special guest slots with World Famous acts and leading Hot Press to state that ‘instrumentally as well as vocally, ‘So I’ is exceptionally resonant and richly textured with strings bringing a sense of the sublime to several tracks. Wonderful!’ The album was immediately named ‘Album of the Week’ on RTÉ Radio 1, Ireland’s national broadcaster.

Fiach is currently in recording for his second record, provisionally titled ‘The Last Romance’, due for release in 2012. He took breaks from recording this year to play at several of this summer’s festivals including the Lorient Festival and the massive Milwaukee Irish Fest which attracts in excess of 110,000 people each year.

Following the launch of ‘So I’ life has been busy and very exciting for Fiach.

Upon the release of his debut album the young Dubliner immediately went on the road with artists of the ilk of Mary Black, Ray Davies (Kinks) and Declan O’Rourke and was even asked to provide musical accompaniment for Fairground Attraction chanteuse Eddi Reader for her appearance on the World’s longest running chat show The Late Late Show. Fiach’s record and performances also garnered praise from a host of musical heroes of his including Gilbert O’Sullivan and Paul Brady.

Fiach recently penned a deal with L.A. publishing heavyweights Benair Churchill and continues to write music for forthcoming releases as well as the recording of his next record, The Last Romance, set to hit your ears in 2012.

In the meantime: ‘If there’s one album you buy this weekend, make it So I’ – Daily Mirror

TICKETS:

€11 available online from WAV Tickets [Lo-Call 1890 200 078] (50c per ticket service charge applies on phone or creditcard bookings)

  • Whelan's, 25 Wexford St.
  • Doors: 8pm
  • Tickets: €11