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Billy’s Blog – Friday, 7th Dec ’12

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Posted December 12, 2012 by SheenaM in BILLY'S BLOG

Hi All!  Last Thursday was great in I.M.R.O!  We really enjoyed the interview and the questions that were put to us from the audience but the highlight for us was receiving the 2 awards from the legend that is KEITH DONALD who has played with everyone from Christy Moore to Moving Hearts.  A real gentleman.

It was really good getting back to the unplugged set up on the night.  As Christy said on the night, a good song can be played with an acoustic guitar only. Thank you all for making it a great night!

Sinead O’Connor has been added to the line up who are playing in Gerald Kean’s house on Thursday, 13th December.  This is a charity event for the Ross Noble Cancer Trust.  Gerald is a big Aslan fan and we were delighted to be asked to play at this event plus we will get to see his BIG GAFF!

Tonight, Friday we are playing in the O2 in Dublin at a private corporate event.  The last time we played there it was the Point Depot.  We are really looking forward to playing there again!

Then its on to Kytler’s Inn in Kilkenny on Saturday.  There really is only a handful of tickets left for Vicar Street on the 27th December.  If your going, please get there early as we have something different happening on the night!  Doors are at 7pm.  If you haven’t gotten your tickets yet, you can purchase them online through ticketmaster HERE!

The 30 year celebration book came back from the printers today!!  We will be signing each copy and posting them out on Monday.  Everyone is raving about the DVD, “Aslan… Please Don’t Stop” and how HONEST it is.  Thank you all who have bought it for Christmas presents…nice one. Paul, Daz and Ronan really did an amazing job telling the Aslan story the way it was meant to be told.

Tune in next week for more Aslan news!  Keep Rockin’, Billy 😉


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