Thursday, 20 April 2017

Live: WOLFF Irish Tour, 27th April - 20th May

WOLFF Irish Tour

WOLFF - Flesh, Blood, Skin & Bone

Info: The High Kings of durty Irish blues-rock, WOLFF and band are getting ready to hit the road for their Irish Tour next Thursday, 27th of April, in his home county of Wexford at The Sky & The Ground venue, and will finish up on the 20th of May in Whelan's with support from one of our favourite local acts, Sub Motion, my freakin' ears! The full list of venues and dates are below.

Wexford trashy blues artist WOLFF has announced a 7 date full band headline Irish tour starting at the end of April. Having just completed a run as the opening act for The Blizzards on their Irish tour the last few months has also seen WOLFF supporting Irish rising stars Hermitage Green, UK behemoths Black Peaks and Nashville rockers The Cadillac Three. WOLFF have just been announced for two of Ireland’s most popular summer festivals, Vantastival and Castlepalooza. WOLFF’s track ‘Flesh Blood Skin & Bone’ is currently the soundtrack to the GAA Allianz League 25th Anniversary video campaign with is running across social media and in Croke Park.

Thunderous drums, growling bass, ferocious guitars and howling vocals combine to bring a huge sound to life on stage. Blending the power & fire of traditional blues with trashy garage rock riffs & in-your-face vocals, WOLFF strikes a shadowy figure. Like the lyric says 'You can sleep when you're dead & done' and it looks like this beast is just waking up.

And here's a small taster of what you can expect from one of the country's best live acts;

Tour Dates:

27 April · The Sky & The Ground, Wexford

special guest Jaxson

28 April · Mike The Pies, Listowel 

special guest Long Tail

29 April · Fred Zeppelins, Cork 

special guest Blaming Hannah

30 April · Brewery Corner, Kilkenny 

special guest Brand New Dead Things

6 May · Monroes, Galway 

special guest D Day

12 May · Central Arts, Waterford 

special guest Anna-Liese

20 May · Whelans, Dublin

special guest Sub Motion

Early bird tickets priced from €7 available from

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