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Tuesday 13 November 2018

Loosen up at the Left Bank

However, staying close to their roots, the band are once again to rock Sligo as they play the Left Bank tomorrow night, Thursday from 8.30pm.The band came together from the ashes of a group called Johnny Pyro and the Rock Coma in 2001. In 1998 Dave and Michael began playing blues together in their kitchens and in unpeopled venues, learning the true art of performance and sho

Bono loves them and OC actress, Mischa Barton is one of their biggest fans, Republic of Loose are surely hitting it big.

However, staying close to their roots, the band are once again to rock Sligo as they play the Left Bank tomorrow night, Thursday from 8.30pm.

The band came together from the ashes of a group called Johnny Pyro and the Rock Coma in 2001.

In 1998 Dave and Michael began playing blues together in their kitchens and in unpeopled venues, learning the true art of performance and showmanship before strange and difficult crowds. And in 2001, the band began to refine their sound into the sinuous and beautiful conflation of styles that it has now become.

Their mesmerising live performances led to tour support with the Neville Brothers, the Thrills, the Zutons, the Scissor Sisters, Alabama 3, Fun Lovin’ Criminals, Snow Patrol, The Roots, Dilated Peoples, as well as festival appearances at Glastonbury, T in the park, the Fleadh, Oxygen and the Transmusicale, Nice Jazz and Furia Sound festivals in France.

They have also completed successful headline tours of the UK and Ireland and are currently just about to release their second album.



Tickets for the gig are priced at ?15 and are available at the door on the night.

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