Bronagh Gallagher confirms Whelans Dublin 2012 live concert date for Friday June 1st as part of Irish Tour Dates!
Singer and actress Bronagh Gallagher has officially announced details of an exclusive headline performance at Whelans of Wexford Street in Dublin as part of her new Irish Tour Dates. Music Scene is delighted to reveal that Bronagh Gallagher will be performing live on stage at Whelans in Dublin on Friday the 1st of June 2012. Tickets for Bronagh Gallagher live at Whelans in Dublin are priced from €10 and will be on sale from Ticketmaster and usual outlets nationwide from Friday the 20th of April 2012. Click here to buy tickets for Bronagh Gallagher live at Whelans in Dublin this coming June 2012.
The full list of new Irish Tour Dates for Bronagh Gallagher are as follows:
May 24th 2012 – Dolans Limerick
May 26th 2012 – Monroe’s Galway
May 27th 2012 – Pavilion Cork
May 31st 2012 – The Playhouse Derry
June 1st 2012 – Whelan’s Dublin
June 2nd 2012 – The Limelight Belfast
Bronagh Gallagher is a deeply soulful artist with a unique gift for singing and storytelling, and has created a fascinating new world of songs and stories through her own personal experiences. With her highly anticipated second album released on May 25th 2012, the listener is drawn into a world of characters and stories through her songs. They are taken on a journey from Ireland to Dorset England, Paris to Berlin and then onto California, as they slowly become submerged into magical nights, unfolding wonderful stories in the ‘City of Angels’, before finally leading them into the darkness of ganglands.
Following Bronagh Gallagher’s Meteor-nominated debut album “Precious Soul” (Mojo Magazine ***), Bronagh Gallagher has again penned her own original material, while collaborating on some of the music writing with her cousin Caolan McLaughlin, and the wonderful band of musicians that accompanied and guided Bronagh as she took the helm as Producer on this record.
Bronagh Gallagher brought together her favourite musicians and close friends from rock ‘n’ roll royalty in both Ireland and London. They include the brilliant Conor Brady (Guitar), Graham Hopkins (Drums and percussion), Claire Kenny (Bass), Justin Carroll (Hammond Organ and Wurlitzer), Shelly and Jordan Bukspan and Paul Byrne (Backing Vocals), Michael Buckley and Ronan Dooney (Horns).
With this golden group of musicians and carefully chosen analogue recording equipment, the music pays homage to the sound and essence of the great producers of the 60s and early 70s (the kind of music Bronagh Gallagher personally adores). Phil Spector (The Wall Of Sound), Shadow Morton (The Shangrilas), Jerry Wexler (Aretha Franklin), and Lou Adler (Merry Clayton), Willie Mitchell (Al Green), Brian Ahern (Emmy Lou Harris). Inspired by these musical masters, Bronagh Gallagher has successfully managed to give her music a unique voice and style of its own.
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