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- Me, Myself, and I
- Transmitter are one of Ireland's hottest bands with an incredible live show. The band has over 800 gigs under their belt (including the O2 In The Park festival to over 100,000 fans) the band is as tight as nails combining a powerful rhythm section, a skyscraping guitar sound and a charismatic frontman.
They have performed in the US, UK, and Europe despite being unsigned, due to the strength of their live show and can please any audience. The band has recently upgraded their PA and light systems to improve their show and the audience enjoyment.
Their official website is www.transmitter.ie and if they play in your town it is the only place worth going out that night.
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Wow!!! What a weekend. The lads started off in Reardens on Washington Street last Friday night on the most monsoon of evenings and truly levelled the place with a stunner of a show in front of a packed house. Putting in a herculean 21/2 hours on the stage, the crowd and band lost voices, sweat and inhibitions. What a night!! But the rain............ Oh My God. What has happened to the Irish weather system???? Thailand hasnt experienced rain the like of which we witnessed on Friday. And what a time to arrive?? The load out. A hair dryer came in handy that night.
The following day, the lads trudged weary but ready for the task of building the full light rig over to the Silver Springs Hotel across the city, for Foroige's Older Members Bash, and my how they were rewarded. Even though the Boys in Green lost 1-0, the Foroigans got stuck into the job of enjoying themselves big time. God, if only every gig could be like this. A young lady appeared on the stage courtesy of Stewart, a train was marched around the room and the lads and ladies jumped and bounced around the romm like 2 year olds on Blue Smarties.
Finally, the boys dropped into Wallis' Bar in Midleton where a late appearance by the afters of a wedding prompted an off-the-cuff performance of some serious rock'n'roll numbers to shake and boogie on down to. An enjoyable weekend all around. Looking forward to more fun a frolics in the next few weeks.
See you soon.
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Greetings to everyone. Weather's turning colder and the evenings are drawing in big time. So we're leaving when its dark, and coming home when its still dark.
Some big gigs over the past week. UL's PESS Ball didnt disappoint. The Strand Hotel cleaning staff had a big mess to clear up after last Thursdays shinanegans. Great crowd as always. Into it from the start. Thats the spirit.
Took the long trip up to Letterkenny on Friday. God, thats a big journey, but well worth the trek after a superb night which didnt really seem to end until we pulled into Glenties on Saturday morning around 5.30am where the kind Mrs. Brennan opened the door to our B&B and a long lie in. AHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!
The lads bumped into Tainiste Mary Coughlan in Glenties on Saturday evening. Weird!!!! Kinda summed up the night really. Expecting fireworks from all reports, but it turned out a bit like the evening itself............... DAMP!!!! The road home was long and we did lose a windscreen wiper but made it safely.
Enniscorthy followed on Sunday, with a cracking night in Benedicts. Crowd were well up for it and despite a few minor scuffles from the hurling fraternity everyone enjoyed the night. Been sleeping ever since.
Back out tonight in Ballinasloe and looking forward to the Foroige Ball next Saturday 14th November. The band take to the stage just after the Ireland - France match. God I hope we win. What a night that would be.
See you out on the road.
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Its sounds like a sale at Harvey Normans but there were some great moments of madness over the weekend witjh the lads courtesy of the good people of Maynooth, Galway, Killarney and Thurles.
The weekend kicked off in The Roost with the students Haloween Fancy Dress Party in Maynooth. Top prize goes to the 2 Smurfs and The Stig for invention, though eyebrows were raised at the sheer amount of fellas dressing up as women and really going all out. Are we being told something here folks?????????
Next up was The Quays in Galway where the boys put in an epic performance in front of a full house. The new lights and sound system worked a treat and everyone went home a little happier, hoarser, and damper. In a good way of course!!!
Saturday in Killarney saw those fine young men from Wexford, Blue Moose join us for some revelry Kingdom style. Great night all told, though one would have to remind those young chaps from Offaly on their stag that they arent in Pullagh anymore. And that most sane people do care what happens to their teeth. Take a moment to relax boys.
And finally Bank Holidays would not be complete without the sacred home of The GAA being dug up and thrown out the window in Hayes' in Thurles. The band floated through a set that saw the crowd do most of the singing and indeed made a decent fist of trying to play everything else as well. Even the bouncers were bopping. We'll see you good people at Christmas. That word..................
Onwards, upwards and forwards................... The PESS Ball awaies on Thursday. The Strand Hotel may have their team of carpet cleaners on standby.
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