Mick Flannery MANCHESTER - Tickets

Mick Flannery MANCHESTER - Tickets
Wed, 09/11/16, 20:00 Night and Day Cafe
26 Oldham Street, M1 1JN MANCHESTER

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“In the end of the day and the heel of the hunt, you’re left with the songs. Everything else comes and goes – the shows and the tours and the applause and the acclaim, which goes with them, the prattle and the palaver which accompany an album release.

Everything else fades out of view. Everything else doesn’t matter in the long run. But the songs remain. The songs you write on your own stick around. They’re going to be here for many years to come so they deserve to be treated with due care and utmost respect in the creation process”. Mick Flannery – 2016.

Mick Flannery realised this a long time ago. He also realised that songwriting was the best part of this strange job of being a jobbing-gigging-talking-singing musician.

“Mick Flannery is a singing and songwriting force to be reckoned with” Siobhán Long, Irish Times
“Mick is a songwriter of the first order … His voice is pained, gravelly, and powerful. Recorded or live, it carries through and stops you in your tracks.” Urban Folk, New York
“This former stonemason from Cork is a cracking songwriter with a voice that can stop you in your tracks” Tom Gatti | The Times UK

About this Artist

Artist Biography

It’s mid February 2012, and Mick Flannery is in the BBC Studios in Belfast, recording an acoustic session, ahead of his debut Belfast gig. The new album is done and dusted, and Mick is taking time to reflect on the journey from the release of his sophomore album, ‘White Lies’, to where he is today.After the release of ‘White Lies’, Mick and band to...
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