Still waiting on exact times.. Mundy will play an hour set with Violinist Deni Bonet in between races or after (still working this out) at the legendary Laurel Park Race Coarse. www.marylandmillion.com/
Mundy and Paddy Casey Sharing the Bill at Sligo Summer Festival. Mundy will be joined by his regular band including Saxaphone and Trumpet for some triumphant sound and will play an array of songs from his 21 Year Career and a new song or 2!
NB- Another Show Scheduled for Friday August 24th.. get your tickets quick this time!! This is a solo show in a small room and it sells out fast. Tickets €20 Delighted to announce the Clare Sands will be supporting me! Venue Facebook page below: www.facebook.com/blackbirdballycotton/ Or call (021)4647884
Mundy is playing a Solo gig in aid of Pieta House and will be joined for an encore by the Kilcullen Gospel Choir. Kilcullen - outdoor concert with Kilcullen gospel choir. They will sing for the first half and then Mundy for 1 hour in the second half and close with KGC and Mundy doing some duets.
Mundy will play a solo show in the venue at the back of the legendary Greyhound in Kilkee. Support by Susan O’Neill 🤘who will join Mundy for some songs as well. Tickets are €20. More info belo at the venues FB Page www.facebook.com/www.thegreyhoundbar.ie/ Photo by Greg Dunn
Feat Imelda May,Van Morrison,The Chieftans .. the list is endless when it comes to legendary Irish Bands and Musicians. Mundy is on the main stage first, so get there early! Go to www.feis1.com/ for prices and the exact line up. It’s gonna be a big one!
This event has been postponed and will be rescheduled to another date later this year. Tickets will be refunded by the promoter. Mundy,Steo,Shane and Cion take Jelly Legs 21 to Glasgow this summer. Get your tickets now!! Bank Holiday Weekend. Tickets for sale at 9am Friday 1st December on TicketMaster.Co.Uk
This is a solo show as part of The Acoustic Yard Festival. Special guest- Peco Tickets are €20 Mundy will be joined for an encore with some members of the Clew Bay Pipe Band. More details at www.theacousticyard.com
Support by Susan O’Neill www.son.ie Mundy will be accompanied by one of his band mates for this intimate concert(TBC) Mundy will be playing a mixture of old and new songs from his 21 year catalogue. Tickets incl booking €25 €22 for Students,Senior Citizens and Unemployed.
FIESTA SHIBUYA BLDG.B1, 3-10, UDAGAWA-CHO, SHIBUYA-KU, TOKYO, JAPANMap
This is a solo show so please come to listen and sing along. Last gig of the Easterly Appointment.. Tickets are 3000 yen and 2500 yen for people from the INJ (Irish Japan Network) There will also be music by a session style band that will play with Mundy on some songs. Doors are at 6pm. The show will be over by 9pm. FIESTA SHIBUYA BLDG.B1, 3-10, UDAGAWA-CHO, SHIBUYA-KU, TOKYO, JAPAN Tel. 03-3462-5881
Come out and see me playing an intimate solo set @McGettigans. A bit of banter and selection of my songs from the last 21 years. It’s a School night only if you’re still in school. Tickets $30 local currency roughly €18.
On the 14th of October 1996, at the age of 21, Mundy released his debut album Jelly Legs on Epic Records. The critically acclaimed album launched the career of one of Ireland’s most beloved singer-songwriters. Jelly Legs also included the song ‘To You I Bestow’ which appeared on the soundtrack to ‘Romeo and Juliet’ by Baz Luhrmann and sold over 11 million copies worldwide, introducing Mundy to an international audience.
2017 is the 21st anniversary of Jelly Legs and over the years the album has become a much-loved classic, achieving platinum status in Ireland. Sony Music Ireland re-issued Jelly Legs on both CD & Vinyl on 29th September and Mundy has decided to mark the occasion and celebrate the album by reforming his old band with Steo Farrell (guitars), Cion O’Callaghan (drums) and Shane Fitzsimons (bass). Back in the 90s the band toured France, the UK and the States extensively, sharing bills with Van Morrison, Manic Street Preachers, Cast and Stereophonics. Now the guys are looking forward to playing together again, revisiting the hits ‘Pardon Me’, ‘Life’s a Cinch’, and the highly-requested song ‘Gin and Tonic Sky’.
Since the release of Jelly Legs in 1996, Mundy has released a further five studio albums and two live albums. His sophomore album 24 Star Hotel went multi-platinum, and songs ‘July’ and ‘Mexico’ are firm fan favourites. His version of ‘Galway Girl’ with Sharon Shannon was a number one hit, was the most downloaded song of 2007 and 2008 in Ireland, and has gone on to become the eighth highest selling single in Irish chart history.
Mundy has toured extensively in the US, Australia, and all over Europe, performing at prestigious venues like The Royal Albert Hall, and supporting legendary acts including Jimmy Webb, The White Stripes and Oasis. One of his career highlights was playing for Barack Obama, both on his Irish state visit and also in The White House.
I AM NOT PLAYING -read on... There is confusion about this but Me,I,the Mundy that you all know won’t be in America while this gig is on. It’s a singer with the Surname of Mundy I think! Sorry and see you there before the year is out.
ONLY 6 tickets left!! Gig on This Thursday!! Mundy will be accompanied by Keith Farrell on Double Bass and Backing Vocals. Doors 8pm Support Emma Langford 9.15pm Mundy on stage 10pm Bookings/info: (068) 21259 - Tickets €20 available at the bar Tickets at €20.00 Venue FB Event Page www.facebook.com/Mike-the-Pies-508020992634988/timeline/
A great night was had last night Sligo Summer Festival Sharing the Stage with Paddy Casey . My band featured an addition of Saxophone and Trumpet which really added richness. Thanks to Eoin Grace and Alison Reynolds for the Brasso! ... See MoreSee Less
Went to see the inspirational Steve Earle and the Dukes last night Vicar Street in Dublin. Great to hear him sing his own song that’s been very kind to me. You’ll also see the lassy who introduced me to him back in the day-I-ay-I-ay! 🤜🏻❤️🤛🏻 ... See MoreSee Less
Next Weekend!!The wait is nearly over for Carrickmacross Arts Festival 2018. Ham Sandwich, Kíla, Mundy & Kevin McAleer are just some of the amazing acts you'll get to enjoy from August 23rd to 26th.
Tier 1 & 2 tickets are now sold out. The last remaining tickets Tier 3 tickets are on sale and available to purchase from www.CarrickmacrossArtsFestival.com and through participating SuperValu Ireland and Centra Ireland tickets.ie outlets nationwide. A limited number of tickets are also available in Keegan’s Newsagents and Callan’s Bar in Carrickmacross. Don’t delay, Buy Today!!
Full 4 day tickets are only €50 (plus booking fee) Individual day tickets & two day bundles are also available.
We are very proud to share our completed 5th birthday line-up. An eclectic and extremely talented bunch of artists.
Carrickmacross Arts Festival runs from August 23rd to 26th and features Visual Arts, Music, Comedy, Poetry, Drama, Film, Crafts, Pop-up Gaeltacht and Kids Activities. There really is something for everyone at Carrickmacross Arts Festival 2018.
Music performances include top acts such as Ham Sandwich, Kíla, Mundy, The Eskies, Ailbhe Reddy, Third Smoke, Heroes in Hiding and many more. Comedy including Kevin McAleer and Michael Downey plus a full line up of arts and crafts, cinema, poetry, kids activities and even a pop up Gaeltacht.
A full week of exciting fringe events will also take place in the run up to the festival. Stay tuned for more details.
Barack Obama With their current Donald Trump situation, Barack Obama is sadly missed in America, but he's probably missed even more down in Ollie Hayes' pub in Moneygall. The stories of his visit grow legs every time we hear them. Some say he lowered sixteen pints, gave a rousing rendition of ...
Myself and my Acoustic guitar are heading back to do a bunch of mostly intimate shows in the USA this coming Autumn/Fall.Working on logistics as to whether i can play with other musicians on some of these shows or not..Will update you as things change.I have also a bunch of new songs to play. ... See MoreSee Less
Just back from Feis Liverpool What an incredible day on Saturday. I opened and closed (by accident)the main stage! It was a pity that they ran out of time as lots of songs got pulled. I’m very smitten that they let me sing Galway Girl to finish with all these legends you can see in the picture by Chris Egan of The Irish Post... See MoreSee Less
During my visit to Ireland, I met a musician at The Blackbird who knew you and then played Galway Girl for me. And then in Dingle another musician played it too! Hope to get a chance to see you when you all are back in the States!