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Darragh J supports Duke Special

Saturday, 1st December, 2012 7:24am

Story by Tom Kelly
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Darragh J supports Duke Special
Darragh J supports Duke Special

Duke Special perform his new album Oh Pioneer at The Stables with support from Mullingar musician Darragh J Glennon this Sunday December 2.

Following the release and a number of Irish shows earlier in the year, Duke headed off to support BellX1 on their US tour and returns to Ireland for a run of December dates, along with this special intimate show.

Duke will perform songs from the new album as well as a selection of hits, rarities and sing-along tunes.

Darragh J has since returned from London with a new arsenal of songs and is excited about his first solo show in over a year. Tickets for this event are available from The Stables and Rochforts Mullingar (€15).

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