The Curly Organ's Monday night shows

Two gigs from My Fellow Sponges' Donal McConnon

The Curly Organ (aka Donal McConnon), resplendent in woolly jumper.

The Curly Organ (aka Donal McConnon), resplendent in woolly jumper.

“A CURLY Organ show is like an encounter with a modern day wild eyed ancient prophet man. He stands out as a genuine artist, a lone voice in the wilderness growing a cult following.”

So said Citóg's David Boland (aka singer-songwriter New Pope ) about the solo project of My Fellow Sponges' Donal McConnon, and McConnon is performing a number of shows around Galway city this month as The Curly Organ.

The Curly Organ plays The Black Gate Cultural Centre, St Francis Street (Monday January 21 ) and the upstairs bar of the Róisín Dubh, Dominick Street (Monday January 28 ). Each show promises to be a "unique experience with specially crafted material from the artist", along with spontaneous improvisation and special guests. As David Boland also said: “He has come in from the desert, clothed in truth and a woolly jumper. His insights into the human condition, his dedication to his craft and the purity of his performance are astounding."

Doors for both shows are 8.30pm. Admission is €3.



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