Raglans impress Harbour punters with live show
GREYSTONES based band The Raglans played to an enormous crowd at the Harbour Bar last Saturday night.
As the bar was heaving with fans the atmosphere was electric and the crowd were left calling for more.
The boys took the stage where they entertained the punters for two hours playing a massive 23 songs.
Their second EP entitled Where Battered Spirits soon are Mended was sold out in three minutes on the night.
The three piece band with a line up of Stephen Kelly (lead vocals & guitar), Luke Carrig (lead vocals, conga & mandolin) and David Hayes (lead guitar, harmonica & vocals) have gained a massive fan base throughout Wicklow and are selling out gigs as far as Cork.
The Raglans music could be described as acoustic folk rock pop with a liberal sprinkling of rhythm and blues influencing the whole mix.
It has a true indie type pop feel to it and already the lads have built a solid fanbase.
At the harbour bar the lads played 21 original songs with two covers added to the mix.
The crowd were blown away as the Raglan’s paid tribute to the legendary Beatles, with their hit Don’t Let me Down.
The Greystones boys success continues with a contract to record a further two E P’s between now and the end of November before travelling to London to record a full album which will comprise some of the songs already recorded along with new tunes.