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Mick Flannery will play at St John’s Church, Kilkenny, as part of the ReVoiced tour on November 24, accompanied by Lisa O Neill, and The Man Whom.
A workshop on dry stone walling will take place in Inis Oírr next month.
In the last couple of years Mick Flannery has gone from part-time stonemason to one of Ireland’s most sought after musicians. Currently writing his third album, a follow up to the hugely praised White Lies he has played a string of sold-out shows all over Ireland.
The self-styled ‘Anglo Avenger’, believed to be a Galway based businessman furious at the bank, struck again yesterday morning by driving a cement truck right up to the gates of Leinster House on the first day of the new Dáil term.
Castlecomer’s largest employer, Ormonde Brick Ltd, last week announced that it is to suspend all production-related activity at its brick production facility in Castlecomer as of December 19.
THE CORK singer-songwriter Mick Flannery has been causing a stir among fans for many years. Yet unlike many upcoming media-savvy artists he is not entirely comfortable with music press interviews and told State in September that he’s a “grumpy aul bastard”!
In the last year, Mick Flannery has gone from part time stone mason to one of Irelands most sought after musicians. Since the release of his critically acclaimed album White Lies he has played a string of sold out shows all over Ireland, been nominated for the Choice album awards and won ‘Best Male’ at the Meteor awards.