There is no need to wax lyrical about Mick Flannery any further as I have done so quite often on this blog already. I was lucky enough to catch him twice last weekend, the first being at the intimate venue of de Barras in Clonakilty.
There was no support act on the night so Mick was straight up on stage. He started the show with just a backing vocalist and violin accompaniment and later on introduced a guitarist, bass player and drummer in the form of Christian Best who also plays with Television Room.
A lot of the old music from the first album, Evening Train, was played but there are some cracking songs to come on the new album based on what I heard that night, and also in the Everyman. The second album is not going to follow the concept design of the debut album, instead it would appear to be a more traditional style production. I’m certainly looking forward to this coming out next year.
There are some more photos in the full set although not too many new ones, just different treatments of some of the ones here already as the lighting was quite difficult on the night.