Thursday, 24th May 2018
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A very special night of music takes place in St. Patrick's

Gateway on Saturday February 10th as Subterranean Sounds presents The Lost Brothers in concert, accompanied by Waterboys' violin wizard, Steve Wickham.

If you're a fan of the harmonies of The Everly Brothers, and melodic song writing, then you will love The Lost Brothers who, for ten years now, have been writing songs and touring the world together.

They have released four albums to date, each one recorded in different parts of the world and each one praised by fans and music press alike.

Their brand new album, Halfway Towards a Healing, was recorded in the USA with Howie Gelb of Americana legends, Giant Sand. It has received glowing reviews in the music press, with UNCUT describing it as 'Simon and Garfunkel reborn in the Arizona desert'.

Steve Wickham needs no introduction to music lovers in Ireland. The Waterboys' legendary violin maestro of Fisherman's Blues fame has just released his latest solo record, Beekeepers, which features many collaborations, including one with The Lost Brothers.

The Lost Brothers & Steve Wickham previously played a sold out show at Imagine Arts Festival and this promises to sell out fast, so the advice is book your tickets early.

Advance tickets at €17.50 available from; Phil Grimes Pub (051-875759) & Momo Restaurant (who also have a special meal deal for gig-goers). Doors at 7.30pm with show at 8pm.

Tickets on the door €20.


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