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 Post subject: Re: Irish Gigs
PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 9:37 pm 
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Richards gig in vicar street got gig of the week in the Irish Times supplement `The Ticket`. This is what Siobhan Long had to say about the gig. ` He was, by his own admission " vibing his tits off" from the get go. Richard Hawley turned the amp up way past 11 and let rip on outtakes from his latest guitar-heavy album, Standing At The Sky's Edge -and so much more. Not a note was wasted. By turns visceral, stimulating and deadpan funny, Hawley was on top form yet again`.


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 Post subject: Re: Irish Gigs
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 Post subject: Re: Irish Gigs
PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 1:14 am 
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Re the talking- It wasn't too bad were we were but then I'm a shusher ...I have no problem telling people to be quiet especially when the artist says something during the set...I think it's fair game to shush people at that point. When you start the shushing, the people who have been quietly seething tend to join in!!!! This will all end badly one day methinks until then I will shush the annoying ones.


Ordinarily this is me http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6PuC6Tis1E

I guess I'm just worn out from telling people to shut the fuck up all the time. I'm not being unreasonable, it's not an Iron Maiden gig, but seriously, if the place goes hush, don't start shouting. We put on a small gig here the other week, acoustic, bad sound bleeding in from the rowdy gig upstairs, and a load of loudmouths came in. I went berserk at them and had them fucked out.

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A very positive review of the Vicar St. gig by Golden Plec...

http://www.goldenplec.com/richard-hawley-at-vicar-street-review/

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Outside Famine & Byrne on Exchequer St. My mate works in there.

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Haha, I'm just back from there, managed to bag me some of their Lasagne and salad before closing time. Nice selection and good value in that deli. Won't be doing the weekly shop there however.

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:18 pm 
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Haha, whatever Alan, whatever. :twisted:

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anyway ... Alan... that was fucking delicious, 7.95 for a massive chunck of orgasmic homemade lasagne with heaps of two seperate salads you cant go wrong. And for no other reason than to appear to be somewhat on topic here are two pics from the Cork gig...


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Well Lisa my Irish tour manager took me to Fallon and Byrne and I loved the food so much we went back......twice...... :oops:

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And this was in your dinner hour?


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 Post subject: Re: Irish Gigs
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Richard Hawley wrote:
Well Lisa my Irish tour manager took me to Fallon and Byrne and I loved the food so much we went back......twice...... :oops:



It's really really good food and very reasonable. Another good spot for food 5 mins away is the Irish Film Institute , you dont need to be a member and its a nice informal setting and a really good menu.

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well it struck me Eoin when i had that had Beef stew and mash that cost £7 which and was astonishingly good and it was a MASSIVE portion that i really couldn't finish to my shame......now if i had gone to Monger king or Fatdonalds,which i don't and have only ate that shite on tour when i am desperate.........actually thats a lie........when we go on holiday the kids like a burger once a year.........it would have cost me almost the same......just a thought.....does that make sense? :eh?

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 Post subject: Re: Irish Gigs
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I have eaten there many times. Food great and not expensive either. I stayed in the hotel next door on the night of The Vicar street gig so its quite handy.

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 Post subject: Re: Irish Gigs
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Denisc wrote:
on the night of The Vicar street gig.


that's a good first line for something; title for poem in a Marlowe voice maybe.


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