The former lead singer of The Fat Lady Sings will play in Whelan's and the Friary in the coming days.
With the second half of his 2017 likely to be dominated by the release of his first feature film The Drummer And The Keeper, Nick Kelly will be sneaking in a couple of Songbook shows this months.
Performing some of his favourite songs from The Fat Lady Sings, Alien Envoy and his award-winning solo albums, Nick will be kept honest by asking punters before the gig what songs they would like to hear him play, meaning the setlist is belongs to the audience as much as it does to Nick!
The dates are Wednesday April 5th in the Main Room at Whelans, Wexford Street, Dublin (tickets €14 incl. booking); and Friday April 7th in the Loft at The Friary, 62 Shandon Street, Cork.
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