The Savoy, Cork, December 29th

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The Savoy, Cork, December 29th

Post by humphrey » 18 Sep 2012 23:02

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The Frank and Walters
and Special Guests
Power of Dreams
Jim Bob from Carter USM
The Naildrivers
The Hard Ground


[link2new]Tickets,http://www.tickets.ie/event.aspx/the-fr ... 2012/E5FNV[/link2new]

Trains, Boats & Planes: 20th Anniversary Show

Savoy Theatre,

Saturday 29th December .

Doors 8.30pm - late finish .

Festival running order released closer to show date

Franks will be headlining but wont be on last .

Tickets 22.50e + Booking fee go on-sale on Friday 21st September from Tickets.ie and Ticketmaster.ie

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Post by bh3 » 21 Sep 2012 12:07

Tickets bought...can't wait!!!

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Post by Mr. Stephenson » 22 Sep 2012 21:31

From what I heard Carter USM are gonna be part of the 29th Gig and hopefully Stanley Super 800, If no one has heard SS800 check them out, some great tunes.

Must get me tickets now and great its on a Saturday night!!!

Cheers

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Post by peterdwyer » 23 Sep 2012 15:26

Carter USM. Cool.
Wouldn't surprise me. They probably owe the Franks one with all the UK gigs...
That will be great craic.
Bought my ticket already. Only saw Stanley once in the lobby. Have one album too. Quality.

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Post by Robbie Williams » 02 Oct 2012 20:35

Flights and tickets purchased!

Bring de noize!

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Post by Ying Yang » 08 Oct 2012 14:53

Hallo Frak and Walters fans

I Ying Yang which is my name here on this messageboard will be in Cok as well.

I will honour you and Frak and Walters.

I look for accomodationn. Maybe i stay wiht you and your family :?: :idea:

Bring De Noize

S K

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Post by Mr. Stephenson » 10 Oct 2012 21:12

Harrow Ying,

I live in no.32 u can liv wit me LOL

G

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Post by arktycsun » 21 Nov 2012 08:44

Hey lads

Am still on a high from seeing the Franks in my local, Freds! Super gig, I think I can go to heaven now :lol:

Was just going to get my tickets for this one when I noticed that tickets.ie was allocating me seats!
Is this seated? Surely not?...

Ash, any info?

Cheers

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Post by TomfromFredz » 26 Nov 2012 22:14

No definately standing .
There will be limited seating on the new balconys in the Savoy but these will be for early arrivals etc.
Savoy is looking well for those who havent seen the new layout.
We will be bringing in pa and lighting for each of my shows with Richard Hawley kicking things off next week .

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Post by ccfcoosti » 29 Nov 2012 18:57

tickets got! cant wait for this one...the freds gig was class.

savoy is looking very good to!

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Post by tonycochrane » 09 Dec 2012 01:42

Getting excited about this one now. Any news on how the night will line up?

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Post by TomfromFredz » 17 Dec 2012 13:03

A few reports that ticketmaster have a higher price than what they should of,checking it at the moment .
Tickets available from tickets.ie at the following outlets
Plugd Records, Triskel Arts Centre, Cork
The Pavilion Cafe Bar, Carey’s Lane (off Patrick Street), Cork
SuperValu Blackrock – Scally’s, Skehard Road, Blackrock, Co. Cork
Centra Carrigtwohill – Ahern’s, Main Street, Carrigtwohill, , Co. Cork
SuperValu Glanmire – Ryan’s, Crestfield Centre, Hazelwood, Glanmire, Co. Cork
SuperValu Ballincollig – Quish’s , West Village S.C., Ballincollig, Co. Cork
SuperValu Charleville – Dick’s, Main Street, Charleville, Co. Cork
SuperValu Youghal – Brooke’s, 143 North Main Street, Youghal, Co. Cork
SuperValu Togher – Ryan’s, The Lough Shopping Centre, Togher Road, Co. Cork
SuperValu Bandon – Caulfield’s, Riverview Shopping Centre, Bandon, Co. Cork
SuperValu Midleton – Hurley’s, Townspark, Hill Rd, Midleton, Co. Cork
SuperValu Carrigaline – Collin’s, Main Street, Carrigaline, Co. Cork
SuperValu Fermoy – Riordan’s, Courthouse Road, Fermoy, Co. Cork
SuperValu Bantry – Biggs, New Street, Bantry, Co. Cork
SuperValu Mallow – Dano’s, Bellevue, Mallow, Co. Cork
SuperValu Clonakilty – Scally’s, Clonakilty, Co. Cork
SuperValu Ballincollig – Down’s, Main Street, Ballincollig, Co. Cork
SuperValu Merchants Quay – Caulfield’s, Merchants Quay Shopping Centre, Patrick St, Cork
SuperValu Mitchelstown – Reidy’s, New Market Square, Mitchelstown, Co. Cork
SuperValu Grange – Ryan’s, Grange Road, Frankfield, Douglas, Co. Cork
Centra / Topaz Charville – Lee’s, Limerick Road, Charleville, Co. Cork
Centra Blarney – O’Fearys, Tower, Blarney, Co. Cork
SuperValu Cobh – Garvey’s, Tiknock, Cobh, Co. Cork
Centra Togher – Whyte’s, Doughcloyne, Togher, Co. Cork
Centra Fermoy – Herlihy’s, 36 – 40 Patrick St, Fermoy, Co. Cork

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Post by eireboss » 30 Dec 2012 02:51

Great show tonight by all bands. Franks set was:

John and Sue
Fashion crisis hits New York
Trainspotters
Bake us a song
High is low
This is not a song
Walter's trip
After all
Happy busman
Daisychain
Time

Indie lovesong
The parson
Each tree
Little dolls
We are the Frank and Walters
Song for a future love
If I'd known
Plenty times
Colours

Indian ocean
Michael

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Post by duerson » 30 Dec 2012 10:21

Sounds like a tremendous set. More reports welcome for those of us not able to make it over there.

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Post by peterdwyer » 30 Dec 2012 12:51

Amazing night. One of my favourite Franks gigs ever.
So, so good to hear the album in its entirety.
Great craic up the front for the bits I braved!
Very nearly lost a boot which could have been fatal...

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Post by Mr. Stephenson » 30 Dec 2012 16:46

Any pics n Video Lads!!!

What a Fantastic night, It felt like it was minutes, Met some folks from long time ago too. The Songs were only fab, I would do it all again tonight If I could!!

Sig, Great to meet you dude, Loved the Mask's you brought along, I finally lost mine in the End Melee up the front!!

Well done to the Franks and Co for putting up a great show, I must admit the Savoy looked pretty good too, Finally a jacks downstairs and the pints were nice!!!

C ye at the next one and happy new year to you all!!

MR. Stevenson.

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Post by Robbie Williams » 30 Dec 2012 23:05

Im in bits! What a night! Great to see everyone, loved the new look savoy. Great to see Jim bob too. I need to remember not to mix Guinness, sambucca and lager!!

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Post by Sig » 31 Dec 2012 20:03

and you George sir. What an amazing night / gig. Robbie, feel you pain brother. Started off well with a warm chicken salad (sounds a bit big-girl-blousey, but it was lovely!) in Oliver Plunketts. Pints in Callanans with the forum guys (legends each and everyone). The Savoy is an amazing venue, not a bad seat (stand) in the house, great sound etc..T, B and P's, the no 1 album in my collection, to hear all the songs was just incredible, it really was. Trainspotters will hopefully get a good run ;-) After the TB & P set I had to go upstairs (would have taken a Stannah stairlift if one was available!)and hide for a couple of songs (haddy catch my breath, the front of the venue was rocking so much). Jimbob and POD were also on fire. Jimbob is some man for one man.

Met a tonne of great people, pre, post and during the gig. Love Cork, love Murphys, love fags (off them tomorrow)..Fergus / Darren, time to ditch the JP Blues !!

Still hoarse from it all. What a way to see out the year. Roll on the next one. Some talk about an 'away' gig, lets do it even its as far as Galway / Dublin..bring the ladies.

Happy NY to everyone, Hootenanny in my house, fire lit (last pack of 20 weeds about to get a fierce smokin, maybe 2 at a time)

Have a few pics up on my Indie Delights Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/indie.delights?ref=tn_tnmn

Small snippet of Michael will be live at this address shortly

Stay safe and well and as merry as possible

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Post by humphrey » 01 Jan 2013 20:56

mad gig!

nice to see ye all again

didn't see ying yang there at all though

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Post by Corkfan » 02 Jan 2013 19:36

What a Night, Great Gig,Great Company

From the second John & Sue started the crown up the front went mental,Great to see the franks get a big crown--- well deserved----
It is the first gig in a long time i could not pick a favorite song, !
Great Effort with the whole set-up,sound,lights,big screen, merchandise stand & support bands, - Well done - The Franks [Ash] don't get enough credit for all the work that goes in to a big christmas gig- before they actually get on stage,


My Top gigs of 2012 were Freds,Debarras & Savoy

Happy New Year to all

Simon