After their resounding success in the Oriel Centre earlier this year, The Frank and Walters are heading back to Dundalk for another intimate acoustic gig in the Oriel Centre, Dundalk Gaol on Saturday 7th November.
The Frank and Walters originally became world famous on the ‘90s indie scene and have produced seven studio albums. Thanks to the cult comedy show ‘The Young Offenders’, the band captured a whole new audience when their hit single ‘After All’ featured in the infamous ‘Billy Murphy’ bus hijack scene. Feile 2019 showed a very appreciative audience why they are such fan favourites when The Frank and Walters stormed through their set leaving the crowd crying for more.
With a back catalogue of hundreds of songs penned over 3 decades the band play all the favourites and some long lost classics in all their acoustic glory. Expect to hear hits such as ‘After All’ and ‘Fashion crisis hits New York’ coupled with timeless classics like ‘How can I exist’ and ‘Landslide’.
On the night Paul of the Frank and Walters will share some of the stories behind the songs and anecdotes from the hippy diddly crazy world of life in one of Ireland's most enduring bands.
The Frank and Walters will be supported by Peco. Hailing from from Kildare, before going solo he was the singer-songwriter behind folk-rock act Valentine Black. Peco's songs have received airplay on regional and national stations in Ireland and abroad and he was a Finalist in both The USA Songwriting Competition and The International Acoustic Music Awards. He has also twice reached the semi-finals of the UK Songwriting Contest with his songs 'Retrospect' and 'Love Oceans'. He is signed to Irish independent label Live Loud Music.
We regret that tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded after purchase except in the event of a cancellation of the performance.
Doors open at 8pm, onstage at 8.30pm