On the week that finds Bell X1 set to perform 3 sold out Acoustic-ish with Dowry Strings shows at Vicar Street, the band are pleased to announce more performances of this special show for 2020. The shows next year will debut new material along with a lot of the favourites spanning over the last 20 years.
Dates in May and June will include stops in Belfast, Cork, Wexford, Sligo, Waterford, Ennis, Galway, Limerick, London and Killarney.
“It’s been a joy to work with Éna and the strings on some more songs from the catalogue, and also some brand new tunes that we’re itching to play live” says Paul.
Bell X1 live is always a magical experience, and the band are constantly evolving and changing things up for themselves and their fans. Collaborating with Dowry Strings has resulted in an incredible and quite moving live experience.
Last year Bell X1 and Dowry Strings performed a very special version of Rocky Took A Lover on the Late Late Show.
Bell X1 are Paul Noonan, Dave Geraghty & Dominic Philips.
Dowry Strings specialise in cross-timbral & cross-genre collaborations. The ensemble is run by Éna Brennan (Dowry) and includes musicians Gareth Quinn Redmond, Nozomi Cohen and Yseult Cooper Stockdale.
29th November – 1st December, Dublin, Vicar Street, (sold-out)
10 May – Belfast, Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival
22 May – Cork, Live At St Luke’s
23 May – Cork, Live At St Luke’s
24 May – Cork, Live At St Luke’s
29 May – Wexford, National Opera House
30 May – Sligo, Hawk’s Well Theatre
4 June – Waterford, Theatre Royal
5 June – Ennis, Glor
6 June – Galway, Town Hall Theatre
12 June – London, Union Chapel
19 June – Limerick, Limetree Theatre
20 June – Killarney, INEC Acoustic Club