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‘The Songs & Tall Tales of Jerry Fish’ Irish dates

Jerry Fish
Jerry Fish

Irish indie music legend Jerry Fish is set to perform several special shows across the country this summer entitled The Songs & Tall Tales of Jerry Fish

One of the countries hardest working and eclectic stage performers Jerry Fish will perform several stripped down, theatre styled shows accompanied by pianist Cian Boylan. Wherein the Dublin-born musician will present his favourite songs from a career spanning over two decades.

The Songs & Tall Tales of Jerry Fish concerts promise to bring an intimate insight into a songwriter and storyteller whose importance within the Irish music scene cannot be overstated.

Melding a rich array of musical styles and artistic inspirations into his vibrant body of studio work and captivating live performances (most recently seen in his Electric Sideshow gigs) Jerry Fish is an attention grabbing, scene stealing ringmaster of his own art.

See the full list of The Songs & Tall Tales of Jerry Fish live dates below. For more information visit jerry-fish.com.

Saturday, June 7th – Seamus Ennis Centre, Naul, Fingal, Co. Dublin
Friday, July 25th – The Glen’s Centre, Manorhamilton
Saturday, July 26th – Ballina Arts Centre
Saturday, August 2nd – The Mall Arts Centre, Youghal
Friday, August 8th – Roscommon Arts Centre

Click below to watch the brilliant music video for ‘Barefoot & Free’ by Jerry Fish.

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2 thoughts on “‘The Songs & Tall Tales of Jerry Fish’ Irish dates Leave a comment

  1. I saw this show in the Seamus Ennis Centre, and it was truly spectacular! Might well be the most fun I’ve ever had a Jerry Fish gig, and that’s saying something!

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