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PAUL NOONAN, lead singer with Bell X1 is taking time off from the band to pursue solo work and collaborations, with this month seeing the release of the solo single 'Moth To Your Flame', and his concert at the Galway Spiegeltent Sessions.
BELL X1 have announced they will play Galway’s Town Hall Theatre as part of their 17 date October Acoustic Tour 2015, tickets for which go on sale this week.
PRINTER CLIPS, the new solo project from Bell X1’s Paul Noonan, have released a new charity single ‘Hole In Her Heart’ and play the Róisín Dubh on Sunday December 7 at 8pm.
BELL X1 have announced they will play Seapoint Ballroom, Salthill, on Saturday December 7 as part of their Chop Chop Tour of Ireland.
BELL X1 HAVE announced the dates for their upcoming Acoustic Tour, which includes Galway, and tickets go on sale tomorrow.
Gemma Hayes has long established herself as one of Ireland's top musical talents. Her much anticipated fourth studio album, due out in May, is an evolution of Gemma's unique style of music, combining prog rock, folk and electronica. She will be in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar on May 25 for what promises to be a great show. The album is another collaboration with producer David Odlum, and features Paul Noonan of Bell X1 and Ann Scott, among others.
HE USED to lead the Co Meath pop-punk trio Turn in the days when he was called Ollie. Today he plays more melodic, Beatles influenced, music and goes by his full name Oliver.
Bell X1 frontman Paul Noonan will play a special solo gig in Thomastown next Saturday, March 13, at the Red Door Theatre in the Bridgebrook Arms.
BELL X1 release their new album, Blue Lights On The Runway, on Friday February 20 and play the first night of their upcoming Irish tour in the Black Box on Wednesday March 25.
KILDARE MAN David Geraghty began his musical journey in the mid-1990s when he joined Damien Rice, Paul Noonan, Dominic Phillips and Brian Crosby in the band Juniper for the recording of their second EP Manna. When Rice left the band in 1998 the remaining members continued to play together and formed the band Bell X1. To date Bell X1 have released four critically-acclaimed albums and have been gaining success in the United States in recent years, with Paste Magazine describing them as “one of Ireland’s greatest bands”. Geraghty released his debut solo album Kill Your Darlings in 2007 and earned himself a nomination for the Choice Music Prize alongside Roisin Murphy, Kila, and Delorentos. Next week sees the release of his second solo album The Victory Dance and as part of a nationwide promotional tour he plays Roisin Dubh on Friday September 11.