Monthly Archives: September 2011

Bipolar Empire @ The Philip Lynott Exhibition

Bipolar Empire seem to be everywhere you look these days, so it made perfect sense for them to stop by the Philip Lynott Exhibition to play a couple of tunes. As a measure of their hard graft, the lads were … Continue reading

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The Riptide Movement @ The Philip Lynott Exhibition

Continuing the series of live performances @ The Philip Lynott Exhibition were the seemingly ubiquitous The Riptide Movement. They’re no strangers to the Exhibition, nor its surrounding areas considering their admirable penchant for busking on Grafton St. Dropping by the … Continue reading

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The Aftermath @ The Philip Lynott Exhibition

More brass instruments you say? Alright then. Known for their infectious stylings, Midlands rockers The Aftermath were the perfect choice to deliver a cover of unmistakable Thin Lizzy number ‘Dancing In The Moonlight’. Its infectious rhythm and playful melody suited … Continue reading

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Gypsy Rebel Rabble @ The Philip Lynott Exhibition

We’re not sure, but that might be the biggest bass guitar we’ve ever seen! The series of live performances at The Philip Lynott Exhibition has seen a wide range of acts come down and perform, perhaps none more diverse than … Continue reading

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Fiach @ The Philip Lynott Exhibition

The first artist to kick off the series of live performances at The Philip Lynott Exhibition was Dublin singer-songwriter Fiach, who performed Thin Lizzy classic ‘Running Back’. Fiach released his debut album So I in March 2010 to rave reviews. … Continue reading

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Cry Monster Cry @ The Phillip Lynott Exhibition

Check out their performance of ‘Wild One’. The series of live performances at The Philip Lynott Exhibition has seen memorable turns from The Minutes, Dirty Epics, The Aftermath, The Original Rudeboys and many many more. The acoustic renditions of Thin … Continue reading

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