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Christy Moore

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About Christy Moore
Genres:
Folk, Irish, International

Christy, a native of Co. Kildare, Ireland, started in the music business in the mid-sixties, when his life as a bank clerk was interrupted by a bank strike, and he moved ...
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A fantastic night, Christy just keeps getting better. Some new songs, most notable Ringing that bell by Robert Corcoran. A haunting ballad about the effect of the abuse within the Catholic Church. Declan Synott was phenomenal as ever as were the rest of the band. It never fails to be a brilliant night out. Thanks guys.
After many years being a fan, I finally realized the number one item on my bucket list by seeing Christy Moore. He doesn’t fly, I didn’t think I’d ever return to Ireland and he is getting on in years so I doubted I’d have the opportunity when things just came together. I’ve never been with a more enthusiastic and appreciative audience! He encouraged singing along and we all did. He sang for nearly two hours and managed to sing most of my favorites. A very memorable evening shared with my teenaged granddaughter who also enjoyed herself.
Always a great pleasure to experience Christy Moore live. He and the lads were in top form and had all the audience in the palm of their hands. A thoroughly enjoyable night. Thanks
February 10th 2019
This was an unforgettable Night. Christy played as Always with hos heart. Local songs about Newbridge and Kildare blew THE rooftop of THE joint!
Brilliant - a true craftsman at the top of his game
Bloody good show
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About Christy Moore
Genres:
Folk, Irish, International

Christy, a native of Co. Kildare, Ireland, started in the music business in the mid-sixties, when his life as a bank clerk was interrupted by a bank strike, and he moved ...
Read More