News: Wider Than Pictures Concert Series – National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks Dublin this August.

Singular Artists are very proud to present Wider Than Pictures – a series of unique and exciting events at the National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks Dublin this August. The series will consist of four outdoor events all listed below.

First up will be alt-J plus special guests. alt-J are one of the most successful British bands of the millennium. Joe Newman, Gus Unger-Hamilton and Thom Sonny Green have released four studio albums that, between them, have sold in excess of two million copies and their songs have been streamed over two and a half billion times.

Thursday 25th Aug 2022
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Second to play will be Simply Red plus special guests. Every Simply Red studio album has been a UK top ten, and Mick Hucknall has been the songwriter and bandleader since the beginning in 1985, aided since 1986 by long-serving saxophonist Ian Kirkham. The current line-up of Simply Red has remained consistent since 2003. The show will play to the core strengths of this fantastic band. “I want them to enjoy playing, for crowds to get up and move around, and everybody to put their heart into it. It’s all about capturing the groove”, says Hucknall.

Friday the 26th Aug 2022
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Third of the series will be the RTÉ Concert Orchestra presents Thin Lizzy Orchestrated. Joining the World’s Favourite Orchestra will be Jess Kav (BARQ) Tom Dunne (Something Happens) Shobsy, Jack O’Rourke, Mundy and Wallis Bird as they perform the songs of Thin Lizzy with conductor Stephen Bell. Expect to hear your favourites from the Thin Lizzy back catalogue from ‘The Boys are Back in Town’, ‘Whiskey in the Jar’ and ‘Old Town’. 

Saturday 27 August 2022
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The final night in the series will be Fleet Foxes plus special guests. This show will mark the first time the full band will perform songs from its critically acclaimed fourth studio album Shore, released on Anti- in 2020 and currently nominated for the 64th GRAMMY Awards in the category of Best Alternative Music Album. This is the second nomination for the band, whose sophomore release Helplessness Blues was nominated for Best Folk Album in 2012.

Saturday 28 August 2022
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