Crow Black Chicken

Crow Black Chicken

Presented by Belfast Blues Café in association with Out to Lunch 

Crow Black Chicken

Postponed - New date TBC

Saturday 15 January, 2.30pm 


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The power trio of Crow Black Chicken combine elements of folk, hard rock and the blues rock of bands like Gov’t Mule, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Led Zeppelin.

The band was formed in 2009 by Christy O’Hanlon, Stephen McGrath (Bass) and Gev Barrett (Drums). The trio immediately jelled and went on to perform on the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury 2011.

The bands second album Rumble Shake was released in 2014 and debuted at number 12 in the Irish album charts. Recorded in Westland Studios Dublin, the album was heavily influenced by the bands work with Texan Americana singer Ray Wylie Hubbard and legendary Austin Producer the late George Reiff.

In 2016 Crow Black Chicken opened for ZZ Top at the Marquee in Cork which brought them face to face with the Texan compatriots whom they often drew so many comparisons to. Always determined to create a sound all of their own the band continues to tour all over Europe and have since released a 4th studio album Pariah Brothers in 2017.

After the release of their latest live record South Roman Street, the Crow Black Chicken’s 5th studio album is already in the pipeline.

‘These guys do the nasty blues like the devil hisself was hurting and rock like they’ll skate come judgement day –  Ray Wylie Hubbard 

‘CBC could save rock and roll’ –  Alvin Youngblood Hart

‘Electric Soup is not only a promising debut, it’s a savage beast of a record: grimy, lean, mean, and soulful.’ – 

Doors 2pm | Unreserved Seating

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