Wednesday, 8th August 2012
Limehouse Lizzy return to Forum Waterford on Friday 17th August to present their stirring and detailed tribute to the late great, Phil Lynott and his band, Thin Lizzy.
Officially named as one of the hardest working live acts in the UK, Limehouse Lizzy deliver an irresistible blend of energy and passion in a two hour show that is immaculately choreographed and polished. Complete with mirrored Lizzy backdrop, police lights, pyrotechnics and sirens,
Thin Lizzy, with the help of their unmistakable charismatic frontman Philip Lynott, dominated the story of Irish rock in the 1970s and laid the foundations for the massive achievements of many contemporary Irish acts. Their influence can be detected in everything from U2 to The Corrs and, such was the range and genre-defining power of Lynott and his colleagues, they came to shape much of the output of Irish musicians over succeeding decades.
This superb legacy, cherished and celebrated by four outstanding professional musicians: front-man, bassist and vocalist Wayne Ellis, drummer, Andy Fox, and duel lead guitarists, Greg Alcock and Tim Read, helps to explain much of Limehouse Lizzy's current success. This truly superb tribute band has been officially named one of the hardest working live acts in the UK, alongside some of the country's biggest and most popular performers. They were accredited for their live shows by the Performing Rights Society in December 2011, and received their award from PRS Chairman and Ivor Novello award-winning songwriter (Elvis Presley, Ray Charles, Tom Jones) Guy Fletcher OBE.
Fans old & new can look forward to the very best of Phil Lynott & Thin Lizzy plus a tribute in their set, to the late former Thin Lizzy guitarist and world renowned solo artist, Gary Moore when Limehouse Lizzy return to Forum Waterford on Friday 17th August. Tickets priced €15.00 (including booking fees) can be purchased from Next Door, The Forum Tel: 051 871133. Book online at http://www.ticketweb.co.uk Doors 9pm Show 9.30pm
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