THE SPIRIT and the extraordinary music of the late, great, and much missed Rory Gallagher will be heard loud and clear when Sinnerboy play the Róisín Dubh.
Sinnerboy, the renowned Rory Gallagher tribute band, return to the Róisín on Sunday November 16 at 9pm.
Rory, who died in 1995, would be 60 this year had he lived. His music and memory continues to be cherished by faithful fans and lovers of blues and rock the world over. Helping to keep that spirit alive is Manchester’s Sinnerboy.
They have a huge reputation for their live performance and will draw from an extensive repertoire of electric and acoustic numbers to mark every phase of the late Rory’s career. This return visit to Galway is part of their extensive autumn tour.
In recent years the band has performed Rory’s music at tribute events in the US, Holland, Belgium, Germany, Greece, Spain, and Norway in addition to gigging intensively throughout Ireland and Britain.
Tickets are available from the Róisín Dubh and Zhivago. See also www.sinnerboy.co.uk