George Murphy & The Rising Sons

Axis Arts Centre, Friday 1st April

George Murphy former member of The High Kings is returning to his roots, with his own band The Rising Sons, with a show steeped in tradition and folklore of Ireland's greatest folk legends.

Following up the success of his 2019 tour George Murphy and his band The Rising Sons are back on the road and have just announced a 11 date nationwide tour for 2022.

The Dubliner made his mark on the Irish music scene after a memorable appearance on the RTE Television show “You’re a Star” where his rendition of classic songs by Luke Kelly wowed the nation. George has released four solo studio albums including Dreamed A Dream(Sony), So The Story Goes, The Ballad of Archie Thompson, and 2016’s Shadowman:The Stable Sessions. George also toured extensively with The High Kings filling the vacancy left by the departure of Martin Furey.


Date:
Friday 1st April
Time:
8.00pm
Price:
€25
Address:
Axis Art Centre and Theatre, Main St, Ballymun, Dublin, Ireland

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