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Ryley Walker & Band in Cork, Easter Monday

  • 26-01-2017 2:56pm
    Registered Users Posts: 22


    OneChanceOut & The G-Man present...
    Ryley Walker
    & Band
    a low trees promotion

    Monday 17th April 2017
    Coughlan's Bar,
    Douglas Street, Cork City

    Tickets: €14 (excl. booking fee)
    On-sale now
    Buy tickets here

    Following two sold out performances in 2016, Ryley Walker returns to Cork City off the back of the release of fourth studio album Golden Sings That Have Been Sung (Dead Oceans - Slowdive, Juliana Barwick, Kevin Morby). The 2017 spring tour will see the Illinois guitar wunderkind bring a full band to Leeside for the first time in what promises to be a full-blooded, unpredictable and frenetic show within the intimate surrounds of IMRO award-winning venue Coughlan's. Tickets on sale now. Please note this is a limited capacity standing show.

    “A masterpiece of nuanced, almost spiritual, jazz-tinged folk rock… A beautiful album.”
    – The Times – 5 Stars *****

    “Shiver-inducing musical intensity… The jazz-math-folk troubadour of the moment.”
    The Observer – 4 Stars ****

    “Profound, funny, intricate… On Golden Sings he has found a way to fold his rambunctious personality into the warp and weft of the songs without ever detracting from their integral beauty. Its a document of how his character and music are evolving in raw and nuanced ways, in directions which are rewardingly creative.”
    UNCUT 9/10 (Album Of The Month)


  • Registered Users Posts: 12,752 ✭✭✭✭The Nal

    Ooh fantastic. Hes playing Whelans too. Was great there last year.

  • Registered Users Posts: 2,562 ✭✭✭Thundercats Ho

    He's back in Kilkenny too.
    He was great the last time so i'll be heading along to this.