Eager crowds across Ireland and Europe have flocked to Jerry Fish and the Mudbug Club’s traveling musical medicine show.
Their debut album reached multi-platinum status, with the single ‘True Friends’ truly ingrained in the Irish sing-along psyche.
The band played three consecutive nights at Glastonbury, have become a festival favourite in the UK and Ireland playing V Festival, The Isle of Wight, T in The Park, Oxegen, The Electric Picnic and turned a triumphant gig at the Spiegeltent into a best selling live album.
Jerry has been most recently seen as a coach on RTE’s The Voice and he and the band have finished work on their new studio album which is part of this new stage show in Nenagh.
Jerry Fish performed on last week’s Late Late Show with the Today FM’s Shave or Dye charity single ‘Start Again’ by Grand Parade which also included Cathy Davey, Mundy, Valerie Francis, and Gavin Glass.
The concert in the Nenagh Arts Centre is supported by Unique Financial Services based in Benedine.
Tickets for this show are priced at E20 with doors open one hour before the concert which starts at 9pm on Saturday, March 2nd.
Booking from the Nenagh Arts Centre in Banba Square, Nenagh on 067 34400 or online at www.nenagharts.com.