Whelan’s in association with Guinness presents
FANNING AT WHELAN’S
PILLOW QUEENS • NIAMH REGAN • CAT DOWLING • HOUSEPLANTS • RSAG • KODALINE
special guest JENNY GREEN
Sat 11th Dec, 10pm
Virgin Media TWO
Every Sat, 22:00 on Virgin Media TWO
Repeated: every Thur, 23:30 on Virgin Media ONE also available on the Virgin Media Player
A 4-piece rock band from Dublin, they released their debut EP called Calm Girls, 5 years ago. By the summer of 2020, In Waiting was their debut album with a follow-up recorded in the autumn of ’21.
Niamh is a singer-songwriter from Kilrickle, a village in East Galway. She did a B.A. in music in the Irish World Academy at the University of Limerick. She studied flute and guitar. Her music and songwriting is rooted in traditional Irish music and she released her debut album, Hemet, in the Autumn of 2020
Paul Noonan is best known for fronting Bell X1, a band who released nine albums over the past twenty years. Daithi, from Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare is best known for producing electronic music inspired by Irish culture. As a duo, and formed during lockdown, they are Houseplants with an album called Dry Goods
Under the name Rarely Seen Above Ground, Kilkenny multi-instrumentalist and producer Jeremy Hickey, has released 4 albums.
From Kilkenny, she fronted outfits like Alphastates and Babelfish and 8 years ago released her debut solo album The Believer. She writes beautifully dark, perfectly crafted pop songs which offer lowkey beats coloured with layers of sonic delights. Her second album Animals was released in late ‘21
From North County Dublin, for the first 6 years they were known as 21 Demands, but it’s been Kodaline for the past 10 years or so. They’ve released 4 successful albums and their music has featured in 20 different movies and TV shows