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Jaw dropping band hits Cavan

Wednesday, 2nd March, 2016 5:59pm
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Jaw dropping band hits Cavan
Jaw dropping band hits Cavan

Fox Jaw dive head first into 2016 with the release of their new single ‘Do You Want It All?’, a slick rock ‘n’ roll number, which grows and swells in its complexity and excitement. Taken from their new, as of yet untitled EP, coming out in September 2016.
With over 300 shows, eight singles, five vinyls releases, two albums, two EPs, countless festival appearances, TV appearances, magazine covers, Music Video Awards, Album Of The Year Awards, and only one flat tyre…
Fox Jaw have been bringing their signature brand of rock ‘n’ roll to audiences across Europe and North America for the last 10 years.

Described as ‘a modern band with an old soul’, they have a swaggering trend-shaking growl, but have always kept it sweet and melodic with an honest collection of dark pop songs. 

They’ve shared big stages with such acts as And So I Watch You From Afar, Alabama 3, The Redneck Manifesto, and Jape. 

Now they take to one of the smallest stages of all - catch them when they play the Cafe Sessions this Thursday, 8pm in Cavan Town’s Chapter 1.
Special guest is Janice Igoe from Cootehill.
Matt Molloy reportedly complimented her on having a rare and wonderful voice, and that her version of ‘The Parting Glass’ is simply the best he has ever heard. High praise indeed.
Admission: suggested donation €5 unwaged €3.

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