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Larry Kirwan CANCELLED )Fri. 10/07/2016 8:30

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Larry Kirwan CANCELLED )Fri. 10/07/2016 8:30
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TONIGHTS SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO ILLNESS AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED AT A LATER DATE


doors open at 7:30 showtime is 8:30 there is a 6% handling fee included in the ticket price. Tickets are NOT MAILED. ALL TICKETS ARE WILL CALL AT THE DOOR.
Larry Kirwan (born in Wexford, Ireland) is an expatriate Irish writer and musician, most noted as the lead singer for the New York-based Irish rock band, Black 47.[Prior to Black 47, Kirwan and fellow Wexfordian Pierce Turner were the house band in Malachy McCourt's Bells of Hell in Greenwich Village. Their music was a blend of folk, trad, progressive rock, Celtic rock and punk. The group was one of the few groups banned from CBGB's.[citation needed] In the words of Hilly Kristal they were "too demonic". They then led the new wave band Major Thinkers for some years. Their song Avenue B (is the place to be) became a radio hit whereupon they were signed to Epic-Portrait Records. They recorded an album: Terrible Beauty, that was never released and after a performance in Irving Plaza on St. Patrick's Day 1985 they disbanded.
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TONIGHTS SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO ILLNESS AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED AT A LATER DATE doors open at 7:30 showtime is 8:30 there is a 6% handling fee included in the ticket price. Tickets are NOT MAILED. ALL TICKETS ARE WILL CALL AT THE DOOR. Larry Kirwan (born in Wexford, Ireland) is an expatriate Irish writer and musician, most noted as the lead singer for the New York-based Irish rock band, Black 47.[Prior to Black 47, Kirwan and fellow Wexfordian Pierce Turner were the house band in Malachy McCourt's Bells of Hell in Greenwich Village. Their music was a blend of folk, trad, progressive rock, Celtic rock and punk. The group was one of the few groups banned from CBGB's.[citation needed] In the words of Hilly Kristal they were "too demonic". They then led the new wave band Major Thinkers for some years. Their song Avenue B (is the place to be) became a radio hit whereupon they were signed to Epic-Portrait Records. They recorded an album: Terrible Beauty, that was never released and after a performance in Irving Plaza on St. Patrick's Day 1985 they disbanded.
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