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09 Dec 2021

Recoil back in Longford town

After an extended absence, Ballymahon band Recoil are finally making a return to Longford on September 24 next.

After an extended absence, Ballymahon band Recoil are finally making a return to Longford on September 24 next.

The local lads have been busy making a name for themselves around Ireland over the last few years. Playing everywhere from Letterkenny, Kerry, Galway and Dublin, the lads have covered every part of the country.

But only with the opening of MB Coys (formally Carrs) on Earl St. have the lads an opportunity to play somewhere a little closer to home.

Speaking with the band, they said, “It’s great to finally be able to play a home gig. Fair play to all involved at MB Coys for getting the live bands back in to Longford. Playing around the country, we’ve seen first hand that most people would pick a live band over a DJ, but that’s something that the people of Longford haven’t had a choice in for quite some time. It’s great to be part of it and it will no doubt be a great success. We are really looking forward to it.”

With an amazing sound, dazzling light show and great musicianship, September 24th is one night you won’t want to miss. Playing a range of songs from artists such as The Killers, Rod Stewart, AC/DC, The Beatles, Kings of Leon, Thin Lizzy and many others, you can be sure that no one will go home disappointed. You can get more info on the band, the MB Coys gig and other dates on: www.facebook.com/recoilrock

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