Win Nick’s Free Tix


The Delines

The Delines make their third visit to these shores this year on October 23 when they play Whelan’s of Wexford Street in Dublin.

Moving on from his beloved country-rock ensemble Richmond Fontaine, Oregon-based songwriter Willy Vlautin (top second right) has assembled another wonderful set of musicians for his current band, who touch all bases between country, jazz and soul.

We are truly honoured to have singer Amy Boone (second left) back among us. And it will be great to welcome back Willy too; he couldn’t make their shows in Kilkenny in Spring as he was shortlisted for the prestigious PEN/Faulkner award in America for his novel Don’t Skip Out On Me. Not a bad sideline to have!

The show in Whelan’s will feature material from The Delines’ two excellent albums Colfax and The Imperial. Above Video is just a taster.

To be in with a chance to win 2 tickets, simply tell us below what your favourite show in Whelan’s was down all the days.

Lines remain open until 8am

Nick says: good luck.

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11 thoughts on “Win Nick’s Free Tix

  1. Catherine Vaughan

    Robert Forster May 2016. First Irish show for what felt like a million years (it was only eight…)
    Chatting to the band afterwards, they commented that I knew every word of every song…

  2. Lush

    Who’s Nick anyway?

    I’m just embarrassed by not knowing who any of these people are.
    Do I need to plan my retirement for Ireland? Have I been missing out?
    Janet, any thoughts?

    1. Janet, I ate my avatar

      I haven’t a clue who he is either :) or most people if I’m honest, the upside is blissful ignorance or when your in the mood a whole new world to discover… disclaimer – they like some weird s**h :)

    2. Janet, I ate my avatar

      one year in and I’m planning my retirement somewhere a lot warmer ;)

  3. Pip

    Now, students, I’d like to offer you the opportunity to meet and greet your new team of sociology lecturers….

  4. Tarfton Clax

    Best gig in Whelans? Wolves in the throne Room in 2013 or so, ably supported by the sinuous Wolvserpent.
    Sexy Cascadian Black Metal. Awesome.

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