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John, Shelly and the Creatures

John, Shelly and the Creatures

John, Shelly and the Creatures


Debut album 'DINOSAUR', now available in all stores Nationwide and on iTunes. Includes the single 'Long May You Reign' as performed on RTE's 'The Late Late Show' & on Dave Fanning's 'The 11th Hour' on RTE Television. John, Shelly & the Creatures formed after a chance meeting they had in a bar in Berlin with two homeless Irish twins named 'John and Shelly'...its a really good story so we won't ruin it here for you.... John, Shelly & the Creatures and are made up of band members: Kevin Carlisle (Drums Read more on Last.fm
Debut album 'DINOSAUR', now available in all stores Nationwide and on iTunes. Includes the single 'Long May You Reign' as performed on RTE's 'The Late Late Show' & on Dave Fanning's 'The 11th Hour' on RTE Television. John, Shelly & the Creatures formed after a chance meeting they had in a bar in Berlin with two homeless Irish twins named 'John and Shelly'...its a really good story so we won't ruin it here for you.... John, Shelly & the Creatures and are made up of band members: Kevin Carlisle (Drums, percussion & vox), Philip Watts d'Alton (guitar, vox, keys, bass, mandolin), Ger Gormley (bass, guitar, mandolin, vox) and Walter (guitar, vox, keys, programming and drums). They are influenced by a wide variety of genres and are unafraid to mix things up when it comes to recording and playing live. 'With a dazzling array of instruments and songwriting that has been fine-tuned to a striking degree, the foursome's laidback sound, coupled with gritty lyrics, recalls The Lemonheads' (Irish Times) and fellow Northern band Snow Patrol.

'Rather than Knock you off your seat with rambunctious riffs or profound ideas, this band are just effortlessly monumental' (AU Magazine) and maintain a sense of intrigue whilst being immediately powerful and engaging. The stunning graceful and tender effort of LONG MAY YOU REIGN reads like a summers day smile, whilst their debut album DINOSAUR, is a whole actors handbook of facial expressions. The band play in select venues and at various festivals throughout the Summer of 2010. 'KILLER' is their follow up to single 'LONG MAY YOU REIGN', which received (and still receives) critical acclaim.

It also featured in The Northern Irish Tourist Board TV, Radio and Cinema Advert. They also performed the song live, to over 20,000 spectators in the RDS arena. Which was a high moment for the band in their short career to date. This is a band unafraid to match their musical peers and they know how to write great music. They signed a publishing deal with Big Life Music Ltd (Snow Patrol, The Verve, Badly Drawn Boy…) being one of the only independent Irish bands to do so.

On the lead up to their Debut album launch John, Shelly and The Creatures performed on Ireland’s biggest and most well known TV shows THE LATE LATE SHOW, achieving quite an accomplishment for an unsigned band doing it on their own, then again they are not your average unsigned band. Their album has received rave reviews from national Publications, declaring the band as BRILLIANT. TV Shows the band have recently featured on: RTE’S THE LATE LATE SHOW (JAN 2010) RTE’S TWO TUBE – BAND OF THE WEEK (FEB 2010) TG4’S POP CEOL (FEB 2010) TG4’S IMEALL (FEB 2010) BBC IMEALL CEOL (MAY 2010) RTE DAVE FANNINGS THE ELEVENTH HOUR (MAY 5TH 2010) Radio stations the band have recently frequented include: FM104'S THE STRAWBERRY ALARM CLOCK, RTE RADIO 1- RYAN TUBRIDY RADIO SHOW & TODAY WITH PAT KENNY, NEWSTALKS WEEKEND BLEND, iRADIO'S BREAKFAST SHOW Midlands breakfast show with Anne-Marie Kelly +lots more! http://www.myspace.com/masteranddog http://www.masteranddog.com http://www.muzu.tv/jsc 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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