Entering Marlay Park was like a military operation; pat downs, metal detectors and countless members of An Gárda Síochána present. The atmosphere had been palpable on the journey there and then endless queues and an intimidating yet necessary set-up dampened the mood temporarily. Maverick Sabre provided an impressive soundtrack for the few that made it in early.He was followed by [...]
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Kasabian lead the line for the Marlay Park show. We have potential stage times for each of the acts with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, The Cribs and Maverick Sabre all playing.
This week’s Gig of the Week was a toughie with loads of deadly gigs happening north and south of the border; minus Ms Minaj. This weeks title goes to Kasabian and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, who will be joined on the night by The Cribs and Maverick Sabre on Thursday at Marlay Park. Although Kasabian’s latest album hasn’t set [...]
Big Noel can’t get enough of Ireland and after a sold out show at The O2, and a date a support to the Chili Peppers to come, it seems that the summer will have another NGHFB appearance. The High Flying Birdsw ill play Belsonic 2012 on Monday August 20th. Tickets for the show are £30 + booking fee and are [...]
Review at The O2 Dublin on February February 17th Review by Deirdre Harrison Photos by Kieran Frost Selling out a venue as large as The O2 is no easy task; yet managing to sell out after you’ve left a highly successful band, which you weren’t the lead singer of, and having only released one album is a massive feat. Yet [...]
I’m sure the Red Hot Chili Peppers will have no issue selling out Croke Park so it’s nice to see value being added to the tickets with a huge support act considering how relatively new the High Flying Birds are. No doubt this announcement will perform a magic act on those last few tickets for the Croke Park show. For [...]
Two years after leaving Oasis, Noel Gallagher returns to charts with his debut solo effort. With several tracks beginning their development over a decade ago was it worth the wait? Opener “Everybody’s On The Run”, begins with some background studio noise before a snare drum quickly grabs your attention making way for a rousing string section. With an infectiously catchy [...]