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Kerry musician Cathal Flaherty pictured with members of band ‘Picture This’ as they launched the Gleneagle INEC Arena’s brand new podcast in which Picture This are the first band featured and interviewed

Kerry musician Cathal Flaherty pictured with members of band ‘Picture This’ as they launched the Gleneagle INEC Arena’s brand new podcast in which Picture This are the first band featured and interviewed

Kerry musician Cathal Flaherty pictured with members of band ‘Picture This’ as they launched the Gleneagle INEC Arena’s brand new podcast in which Picture This are the first band featured and interviewed

Not satisfied with playing host some of music’s biggest acts, the Gleneagle INEC Arena is now looking to expand its repertoire by diving head-first into the world of podcasting.

 

First up is one of INEC’s biggest fans and a band that has more than once publicly declared its huge affection for the Killarney venue, ‘Picture This’.

The band made history last year when they were the very first act to play newly rebranded Gleneagle INEC Arena last December, with tickets selling out in under three minutes.

Host of the podcast will be our very own Killarney singer, radio presenter and song writer, Cathal Flaherty and Cathal was speaking with the band before they headed on stage.

Over the course of the series of the podcast, Cathal will be sitting down with the artists and finding out a little bit of the inside scoop on life in the music industry – the highs, the lows, the hard work and the lucky breaks synonymous with a career in entertainment.

The Gleneagle INEC Arena Podcast series includes a total of six episodes so stay tuned for more details. The episodes will be released every Wednesday for the next 6 weeks.

The episodes will be available to listen to on Spotify or Apple Music. 

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