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Cork - Event Notice
Wednesday January 22 2014
08:00 PM

David Rovics Live at the Spailpin Fánach

category cork | anti-capitalism | event notice author Wednesday January 15, 2014 11:09author by Jim O'Connell - Socialist Workers Party Corkauthor email swocork at gmail dot comauthor phone 0863556482 Report this post to the editors

David Rovics at the Spailpin Fanach Cork Wednesday Jan 22nd 2014

American singer-songwriter David Rovics plays Cork’s Spailpín Fanach, in South Main Street on Wednesday Jan 22nd 2014 at 8PM
Rovics has been a modern Bob Dylan, singing songs about the Iraq War and social justice issues. Rovics started out as a busker in Boston’s subways before concentrating on his craft and recording albums. He has self-released all his recordings, and has also made them available as free downloads. He is also a writer for left-wing newspapers and magazines. His music has been featured by the BBC and other TV stations.

David Rovics at the Spailpin Cork
David Rovics at the Spailpin Cork

American singer-songwriter David Rovics plays Cork’s Spailpín Fanach, in South Main Street on Wednesday Jan 22nd 2014 at 8PM
Rovics has been a modern Bob Dylan, singing songs about the Iraq War and social justice issues. Rovics started out as a busker in Boston’s subways before concentrating on his craft and recording albums. He has self-released all his recordings, and has also made them available as free downloads. He is also a writer for left-wing newspapers and magazines. His music has been featured by the BBC and other TV stations.

The music will be preceded by a 40-minute film, Into the Fire, about the hidden victims of austerity in Greece. This film gives incredible insights to the reality faced by people who simply want to lead peaceful, normal lives.

Tickets €8 (€5 unwaged).
For further details: Jim 086 3556482

www.davidrovics.com
www.intothefire.org

Related Link: http://www.davidrovics.com

Caption: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKuoXbI0wfQ


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