For anyone looking for free gigs this winter, Hot Press released this year’s line-up for the Jagermeister Freezer Sessions. Lisa Penski has more…
Some of Ireland’s best young bands and artists will be performing in supreme live venues, including our own Monroe’s Live in Galway on November 29th. Five cities across the Republic counting Galway, Dublin, Limerick, Cork and Waterford host the events in late November and early December.
The Galway line-up with O Emperor, The Hot Sprockets, Raglans and Preachers Son has everything to offer from indie, rock, blues and alternative down to rock gospel. The Waterford quintet O Emperor, who have toured with the Villagers and Mumford and Sons, are sure to amaze any crowd with tunes from their Choice-Prize nominated debut album Hither Thither or their new album Vitreous, which was released in June.
For anyone who enjoys soul and blues, The Hot Sprockets manage to combine the best from rock and blues, as shown in their latest hit ‘Soul Brother’ of their debut album Honey Skippin. Raglans, a Dublin quartet and first ever signing for Whelan’s record label, perform their tunes with a passion that leaves their audience out of breath and shouting for more. Formed only three years ago, in a festival tent in 2010, they’ve already launched a UK single, ‘Digging Holes’ and played festival sessions over the summer.
Lastly, Preacher’s Son (brainchild of Dubliner Brian Hogan) touch the very soul of everyone who appreciates music with their rhythmic rock and melodic tunes. Currently working on their second album 10 Stories Tall in Los Angeles, they have performed nationally and internationally in the UK, Italy, Canada and the US. Some of their live gigs include slots at Electric Picnic and the Volvo Ocean Race.
For anyone looking for great entertainment this November, visit the Hot Press website now to win your free tickets or read up more on your favourite artists.