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Solo Dates added

After doing some solo shows in Galway, Ennis and Dingle Mick has decided to try a few more.
Vine Restaurant, Guest to Jerry Fish – Sugar Club, The Cherrytree Pub, The Bog Lane Theatre and The Gonzo Theatre..
see Tour Dates in the menu.

Mick activities this week from the 14th Oct – 19th Oct

This Thursday 14th Oct Mick is on RTE’s Raidio na Gaeltachta playing live from their Galway studios on a programme called An Caife Ceoil broadcasting from 9-11pm.
On Friday 15th he will be playing Patrick’s Bar. 6 Upper Market Street. Ennis. Co Clare Tel:- 065 67 97071 doors 8.30pm.
On Sunday 17th Mick will be a guest on Philip King”s RTE Radio 1 show “South Wind Blows” to mark International Music Day, the show is broadcast from Dingle Co.Kerry,
While …

Back for a gig at Irish Cultural Centre, Hammersmith, London

One year on from Mick’s successful first appearance at ICC, he’s delighted to be back

Saturday 23rd Oct 2010 at 8.30pm

Mick Flannery plays Dolan’s Warehouse this Saturday 4th Sept at 8.30pm


Friday 16th July
Doors Open: 9.30pm Show starts: 10.30pm.

Update on Mick Flannery..

Some people have have noticed that Mick is not playing as much dates as before! The reason is, he’s been working on material for a new album, with no release date as yet!
I hope this answers some of your queries! Please keep them queries coming…

Mick Flannery and John Spillane play Vicar Street on the 30th of April

Mick Flannery and John Spillane play Vicar Street April 30th 2010

Reuniting again after their storming performance at the Marquee in Cork over the summer are Cork Singer Songwriters, Mick Flannery and John Spillane.

Meant to be a one off, a collaborative show in Glasgow months later saw the two having such a great time that the suggestion became why not play together again?

 This time the venue is set to be the atmospheric Vicar Street and promises to engage and entertain as these …

Hotpress Readers Poll

Thanks to everyone who voted. Thanks to you! Mick came in first in two polls. He came first in the Irish Songwriter poll beating Damien Dempsey and Bono/Edge and first in the Irish Folk and Trad poll beating Kila and Christy Moore.

He also came in third for the best Irish Male, he was beat by Glen Hansard (1st) and Bono/Edge (2nd), but sure, you cant win them all.

Thanks again, you have all made Mick’s day

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