Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Live: FOX.E and The Good Hands - Whelan's Main Stage, Saturday, 13th February

FOX.E and The Good Hands Whelans


FOX.E and The Good Hands - Black Edition


Info: This Saturday night Kildare funk / soul / rap and rock troupe FOX.E and The Good Hands are set to rip up the main stage in Whelan's on Wexford Street with support from the amazing Rosa Nutty (below). Tickets are a mere €9 and are available here on the wavtickets.ie website. The two acts perform courtesy of Whelans & Abner Browns Barbershop's Celebration of "Women in music", proudly presented in conjunction with IMRO Ireland and Musicmaker Dublin. Remy's Music & Film will be along as well to experience what's going to be an amazing night of music and can't wait.

Event page is here: https://www.facebook.com/events/562467787242144/

Led by the powerhouse that is vocalist Eimear Fox. Fox E & The Good Hands pack a sassy & soulful punch. This is Funky RnB with a fresh and modern twist. Since bursting on to Ireland’s thriving unsigned music scene in 2010, Fox E & The Good Hands have firmly established themselves as a prominent and influential act, the group deliver a powerful live performance drawing Funk, Soul, Blues & Hip Hop into their well- crafted set.

Having taken a year off gigging to write and record their new EP, Fox.E and the Good Hands are ready to gig again, with a whole new set Winners of ‘The Peoples Choice’ at the Music Review Unsigned awards in Dublin & boasting nationwide venue tours with performances at major Irish Festivals including Knockanstockan, BEAR in the Woods, Sunflowerfest, Electric Picnic & the Hotpress stage at Oxegen.

Rosa Nutty - Fine Print

Rosa Nutty is a Dublin-based singer-songwriter. Her debut EP Bunny was released in August 2015 and was met with critical acclaim.  Rosa’s primary focus is strong lyrics and soothing vocal harmonies. The result is a warm, simple yet sophisticated style of music. She has been likened to artists such as Feist and Cat Power. 

Nialler9’s New artist of the week via The Irish Times:


"Dublin singer-songwriter Rosa Nutty has choral and folk influences and a bright future...[Bunny] suggests a musician as comfortable with choral melodies as she is with an acoustic guitar. The EP is augmented by French horn and cello but it's Nutty's voice that shines through."


For more info and tunes from both acts head to the links below;

Fox.E & The Good Hands: https://www.facebook.com/foxeandthegoodhands

Rosa Nutty: http://www.rosanutty.com/

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