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Big Bag of Sticks

Big Bag of Sticks

Big Bag of Sticks


Big Bag of sticks began around 90/91 under many different titles eventually settling on this name. They started life as a six piece eventually becoming seven then back to six. The bands members are: David Andrews;- mandolin ,electric guitar,whistle and vocals Colin Stanley:- acoustic and electric guitar also vocals Caroline Kelly (Stanley) vocals Tony. O Rielly:-fiddle and vocals Gus Dewar : originally bazooki but now bass player Peat Bog :djiredoo and vocals but only stayed with the band for short time. Read more on Last.fm
Big Bag of sticks began around 90/91 under many different titles eventually settling on this name. They started life as a six piece eventually becoming seven then back to six. The bands members are: David Andrews;- mandolin ,electric guitar,whistle and vocals Colin Stanley:- acoustic and electric guitar also vocals Caroline Kelly (Stanley) vocals Tony. O Rielly:-fiddle and vocals Gus Dewar : originally bazooki but now bass player Peat Bog :djiredoo and vocals but only stayed with the band for short time. Their music has been described as eclectic mainly because they never fitted into record industry titles not mainstream in the slightest.

They could go from soft , melodic to rock, reggae,Irish trad style to dance etc depending on what they were influenced by at the time of writing. There was never a crowd who could sit still when they performed. They recorded lots and lots releasing in the days of tapes Explosions in Thomas 's toilet(6 track e.p) Thorny Bush Six Guinness and a Cider Run Wild(6 track e.p) Then on c.d Run Wild Hardcore Folklore Short Term Memory They toured Ireland relentlessly ignored by the media mainly because of the anti dreadlock nation we had become not that they all had them ! Crowds followed wherever they played. After a painful few years they sets there sites on Europe:- playing all across Germany and in Switzerland, one of their gigs being The Montreaux Jazz Festival playing with The Pogues and Aslan also played Holland and England. They split up amicably around 98 but occassionally perform in Ireland and Germany if they cause is just and fun! Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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