WELL-KNOWN international celtic rock band ‘More Power to Your Elbow’ are bringing their highly energetic style of performance back to the Mandela Hall in Belfast on Wednesday 13th November, for the third year in a row.
More Power to Your Elbow could be variously defined as a folk orchestra with a blazing array of electro-acoustic instruments or as full-on rockers, with driving drums and dizzy rhythm and lead section.
One thing is for sure, they will rattle your speakers because everything they do combines the inherent wizardry of Irish Traditional withe musical muscle of rock.
To date the band have recorded two albums which have received critical acclaim, the current album, “Until the Last Note Fades” takes their music in new and exciting directions.
Recorded by the legendary producer Mudd Wallace, “Until the Last Note Fades” is a powerhouse fusion of Irish/Scottish style music with rock, reggae and other cosmopolitan forms.
The end result is a tantalising journey through the quirky song writing of Gerry Cunningham and the sophisticated arrangements, compositions and reworkings by all eight band members.
“Until the Last Note Fades” will be available to purchase and on Itunes from 8th November and tickets for their Mandela Hall gig are on sale now priced at £10.
We have one copy of the brand new album from More Power to Your Elbow ready to give away to one lucky reader, all you have to do is answer the following question: What is the title of the new More Power to Your Elbow? Email your answer along with a contact name and number to email@example.com. Competition closes Monday 11th November. Good Luck!