Rory & The Island
Tickets for Rory’s next headline Dublin show are now on sale. The headline Dublin Show, takes place on Friday October 25th at The Workmans Club.
2019 has seen two new singles from Rory, the Abbey Road Recorded Call My Name and his summer charm, So Little Time.
Rory is also known as founding member, lead singer and co-writer with The Revs.
The Revs got back together to play some sold out Dublin shows in 2017 and followed this with a further two in 2018, Rory himself started writing material for a new solo album, he moved home to Ireland during the winter, a change of scenery from Lanzarote where he and his wife made their home for ten years.
Rory Gallagher, named after (another!) icon of Irish Music records and gigs under Rory And The Island. He stopped using his birth name in 2007, it was getting too confusing. “Lads were turning up to gigs expecting a totally different kind of show”, says Rory. I really liked bands like "Florence And The Machine" and "Noah And The Whale" at the time, and quite frankly like the name too. Rory And The Island.
Rory released his first solo album (20th Century) when he was nineteen years old.
With The Revs, Rory had two top 5 albums here in Ireland and with some storming singles released and loved at radio (Wired To The Moon, Take It All Back, Alone With You amongst them). The band also scored a Top 30 single in the Australian chart.
Watch Call My Name video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYcZJVJOCrc&t=84s
More info: www.roryandtheisland.com
General Admission: €11.00 incl. booking fee