Rackhouse Pilfer @ Monroe’s Live

THEY HAVE sold-out gigs throughout the country, played for Uachtarán na hÉireann Michael D Higgins, and released their second album - all in 2014.

Rackhouse Pilfer, the Sligo roots/Americana/bluegrass sextet inspired by Bruce Springsteen and Steve Earl, have enjoyed a tremendous eight months with the release of Love & Havoc in March, and the recent performance for 350 guests at the annual Áras an Uachtaráin summer garden party. The band has also played Body & Soul Festival and supported Kila and Imelda May.

Rackhouse Pilfer play Monroe’s Live on Sunday at 9pm. Tickets are €10 from www.monroes.ie or free entry with a Galway Races wristband or race card until 11.30pm.


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