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TURN Announce Additional 2012 Tour Dates

October 25, 2012

The mighty TURN have expanded their list of shows this December by adding on Cork, Galway and Dundalk shows to the previously announce Button factory gig. Tickets There expects a few more announcements before they’re through with Limerick and Sligo likely to feature in (potentially) their final tour together. The band, comprised of Oliver Cole, […]

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UPDATED: TURN Announce Button Factory Show

September 26, 2012

The wonderful TURN have announced a show in Dublin’s Button Factory for this December. It hasn’t been confirmed if more shows will be added to make this TURN’s first fill Irish tour in seven years, but they confirmed this will be their last show ever. The band announced the show through their official Facebook page. It […]

Review: TURN – Live @ Whelan’s (August 31st, 2012)

September 2, 2012

Re-capturing youth? Nah; TURN fans are still too young to worry about such things. It was only seven years since their last show together and most of us remember it like it was yesterday. In their time, TURN managed to release three critically acclaimed albums, achieve success both at home and in the U.K. with […]

TURN Announce Free Whelan’s Show Tomorrow Night

August 30, 2012

I cannot get over this news, but on top of TURN reforming for Electric Picnic this weekend; the band have just announced a free headlining show in Whelan’s tomorrow night (yes, FREE!) Whelan’s have just sent their newsletter out and confirmed the whole thing. TURN live on stage almost seven years since their last performance. […]

TURN Set to Re-Unite For Electric Picnic

August 9, 2012

A very exciting moment for Tickets There as our favorite Irish band of all time, TURN have announced they are officially rehearsing again and preparing to play Electric Picnic this year. Lead singer and guitarist Oliver Cole posted the following message on his facebook page confirming the news in the last hour, Well it’s true. […]

The Walls – Stop The Lights (Album Preview)

November 24, 2010

It may not be any great secret, but The Walls are currently Tickets There personal favourite Irish band (oh yes). How did they achieve this mighty honour? By release two albums of great material and lining up a third one which could be their best yet. Over the past six months, The Walls have been […]

Oliver Cole: Live EP Available For FREE Download.

October 10, 2010

In the build up for Oliver Cole’s headlining show at The Workman’s Club on October 23rd, Phantomanddevil Productions have released a live EP from Ollie’s performance at the Odessa Club last July as a treat for fans. The EP contains 7 Live tracks featuring songs from Ollie’s début solo album, We Albatri as well as […]

Concerto for Constantine: Untitled E.P. (EP Review)

November 12, 2009

March 17th, 2008 was the last day I remember not hearing a loud ringing in my left ear. Years earlier I had damaged the same ear after the sound at a Def Leppard show in the Ambassador had been turned up so loud even the critics sitting in the balcony had to mention it (and […]

Oliver Cole – Live @ The Odessa, Dublin (October 1st – Live Review)

October 2, 2009

Going to the Odessa club’s like going to the dentist

Oliver Cole: New Single and Tour Dates

September 20, 2009

Finally, some news worth writing about. Oliver Cole (formally of Turn and one of Tickets There’s mostly highly recommended singer / songwriters) is releasing the first single, What Will You Do With Yourself from his highly anticipated solo debut, We Albatri on October 2nd through EMI records. Oliver will be launching the single in Dublin’s […]

Tickets There HY-GIY?: Turn – Forward

August 19, 2009

Without a doubt, this is Tickets There’s favorite Irish album of all time. Now, when it comes to Turn I will happily admit to being fully biased, as I am with almost everything I write except the majority of the MySpace reviews. As far as I’m concerned, Turn were one of the greatest Irish band […]

CONCERTO FOR CONSTANTINE: A BRIEF HISTORY 2007 – 2008

July 21, 2009

Ireland has always had a reputation for great music. It’s been part of tradition and heritage for as long as any one can remember. However, another more recent element of this tradition is many of our acts getting lost in time and passed over for the sake of another group. Off course this is a […]

TURN – A History: 1998 – 2006

July 18, 2009

TURN – A History: 1998 – 2006 Dedicated to everyone that made   Oliver Cole | Ian Melady| Gavin Fox Alan Lee | Ciaran Kavanagh | Terry McGuiness |Martin Quinn | Fiona Melady “It’s All Over Now” 16th July 2006, Oliver Cole, lead singer of Turn, posts a blog on the bands MySpace announcing that […]

TURN – A History: 1998 – 2006

June 3, 2009

TURN – A History: 1998 – 2006 Dedicated to everyone that made Oliver Cole | Ian Melady| Gavin Fox Alan Lee | Ciaran Kavanagh | Terry McGuiness |Martin Quinn | Fiona Melady Coming July 16th 2009

TURN

June 3, 2009

When you’re a fan of a genre, it’s generally because you found one band you fell head over heels in love with and you try desperately to find similar bands in order to discover new areas the sound can be brought to. My love for Irish music started with a truly legendary three piece from […]

CONCERTO FOR CONSTANTINE: A BRIEF HISTORY 2007 – 2008

April 6, 2008

Ireland has always had a reputation for great music. It’s been part of tradition and heritage for as long as any one can remember. However, another part of this tradition is many acts getting lost in time and passed over for the sake of another group. Off course this is a common occurrence in the […]

Concerto for Constantine Interview – Rock returns to Ireland

March 14, 2008

If ever there was a night in my life I should have been prepared for, this was it. An exclusive interview with one of Irelands newest and most exciting groups ‘Concerto for Constantine’ and (as I discovered later), their first since forming last August. The band comprises of Mark Greaney (Vocals, Guitar and formally of […]

Concerto For Constantine – Fibber Magees – Feb 22nd 08

March 14, 2008

Concerto for Constantine’s first headlining show in Fibber Magee’s last Friday was certainly an experience I hope to cherish for some time. Fresh from supporting the Smashing Pumpkins at their recent Irish dates, this three piece have managed to form, rehearse and write some ridiculously great ‘in your face’ rock songs all in the last […]