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Irish folk outfit the Young Folk will play Abner Brown’s Barbershop in Rathmines for the Jame For Syria charity night.

The event will take place this Thursday at the acclaimed barbershop with support on the night coming from spoken word artist John Cummins, and donations going towards the Red Cross Syrian Fund.

The Young Folk recently released their sophomore studio album First Sign Of Morning, which TLMT reviewed and said the record was “First Sign of Morning is an album that stays with you, demanding to be heard again and again.” (Read full review – here).

Ticket info:

As usual with Abner Brown’s, all gigs are free but on this occasion we would ask for a donation on the door if possible, all monies raised will go to The Red Cross Syrian appeal .

For more information on the appeal visit redcross.ie.

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Stephen White

The Last Mixed Tape: Irish-indie blog run by music critic Stephen White.

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