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The Crescent is delighted to welcome Join Me In The Pines (aka David Geraghty from Bell X1) to the stage for a solo gig.

Multi-instrumentalist and songwriter David Geraghty has been a driving force behind Bell X1 since the band's inception 20 years ago, through four Number One albums, extensive world tours, as well as opening for acts such as U2, Ed Sheeran, Tori Amos and Snow Patrol.
Geraghty's solo debut 'Kill Your Darlings' (2007) was received with critical acclaim and was followed up in 2009 with the equally evocative 'The Victory Dance'. David has been short-listed for accolades such as the Irish Meteor Award and the Choice Music Prize. In recent years he began composing music for film and TV (productions that starred Aidan Gillan and Tom Vaughan-Lawlor). In 2014, Geraghty released his third solo album 'Inherit', but this time under the new project title 'Join Me in the Pines'.
2018 marks a new chapter and a move away from the brooding dark folk of previous work and embracing instead joyous inclusive music with flashes of Prince, Bowie, Numan, Nile Rodgers.
The Crescent show will be a taste of the new album along with back-catalogue favourites.
To book your tickets, please visit www.crescentarts.org
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  • Standard £8.00-£10.00
Sat, 11 Aug 2018
8:30pm to 10:30pm
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