Waterford City & County Council's Arts resource site
Geoffs Cafe Bar, Saturday 15th June 2019 from 8:00pm
Central Hall consists of Jordan Gough (Lead Vocals), Eamon Ganley (Lead Guitar), Alex Gough (Drums and Vocals) and R.J Kavanagh (Bass) . Beginning in mid 2015, The four piece have evolved constantly over the last two and a half years, from their young indie darling beginnings to consistently bringing the house down in all their gigs. Having recently being crowned winners of the prestigious UCC Battle Of The Bands 2018, Central Hall have developed a name for themselves in the Cork music scene as well as holding down their roots in the Waterford scene.
Chinese Newspaper is a 4 piece fuzz pop band from Navan Co. Meath built of Nathan Merriman on drums, Killian Barrett on vocals/ guitar, Aran McGilick on bass & Steven Rafferty on lead guitar, over the last year has gained some traction since the release of their last single “If Not Now Then When” playing shows such as Vantastival festival, opening for Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes at the Tivoli Theatre & being part of an all Irish line up at the Button Factory on Halloween night. Chinese Newspaper set to release their first EP as a 4 piece band end of 2019 following the release of their latest video “Are You Bored?” released on March 2nd.
Arthur Valentine is the eclectic pop project of Cork based singer/ songwriter and producer Luke Aston. Spanning from delicate, fragile folk to jazz and R&B inspired pop, Arthur explores universal themes of love, fear, faith and deleting/ re-downloading Instagram time and time again. Arthur Valentine showcases Aston’s unique and honest approach to songwriting, ever-endeavoring to maintain a keen sensibility for melody and honest, poetic lyricism.
Geoffs Cafe Bar, 7-9 John Street, Waterford
Phone – (051) 874 787
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