Month: November 2011

THE 68’s

THE 68’s + guests The 68’s are a blues and rock n’ roll band. They like to keep it old school drawing inspiration from Muddy Waters, Howlin Wolf, Chuck Berry, Gene Vincent, Elvis.. They also cover these artists. If you are looking for a party The 68’s are the soundtrack.

HARVEST – A TRIBUTE TO NEIL YOUNG

HARVEST A tribute to Neil Young. + guest – Darren Graham Harvest are Ireland’s premier Neil Young tribute band.

REGGIE WATTS

HAR!COMIC Presents REGGIE WATTS Doors 8.00pm / Show 8.30pm Tickets on sale Thursday 24th November priced €20 (including booking fee) from www.ticketmaster.ie & Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.

KURT VILE & THE VIOLATORS

HARMONIC presents KURT VILE & THE VIOLATORS + guests WINDINGS Tickets on sale Friday November 25th €18.50 (including booking fee) from www.tickets.ie, www.whelanslive.com, WAV box office [1890 200 078], www.ticketmaster.ie & Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.

THE JAMES CLEAVER QUINTET – MIDNIGHT SHOW

MCD.ie presents a midnight hour rock show with THE JAMES CLEAVER QUINTET – MIDNIGHT SHOW – FREE before 10:30pm, Club entry applies after 10:30pm Doors to upstairs venue 11:30pm, bands on Midnight. WATCH:

BILL ANDERSON, CLINT BLACK & BOB DiPIERO

Whelanslive.com with CMA & BMI Present The CMA Songwriters Series featuring BILL ANDERSON CLINT BLACK & BOB DiPIERO In the round. Show starts at 8.30. NASHVILLE – The Country Music Association’s very popular CMA Songwriters Series is coming to the U.K. and Ireland for the first time with special performances in February 2012 scheduled for… Read more »

RECORD FAIR

Whelanslive.com are having a RECORD FAIR Sunday 4th December at 1pm-5pm BUY | SELL | TRADE all your old VINYL | CDs | TAPES Following on from the success and general good-time vibes of the first Whelan’s Record Fair we’ve decided that  not only was a second record fair in order but that it should… Read more »

THE SILVER SEAS

Aiken Promotions presents THE SILVER SEAS + GABE DIXON “They combine the knowingness of classic-period Steely Dan with the pop surge of a classic radio act like the Turtles and harmonies that could have wandered in from Mad Men” The Word Magazine