Conor Molloy + Band with support from Amy Griffiths on Sunday 25th August 2019
'Some performers write thought-provoking lyrics, others write cracking melodies. But Tottington’s Conor Molloy excels at both.' Neil Brandwood of The Bolton News, 8th August, 2019.
Conor Molloy is a musician from near Manchester in the UK. His songs are all about storytelling and the lyrics play an key role. His influences include: Bob Dylan, Cat Stevens, Paul Heaton, Johnny Cash, Kirsty MacColl.
In November 2018, with a band consisting of Jordan Pryce (Drums), Tomasi Sorosi (Bass) & Sam Winterbottom (Electric Guitar), he supported Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott (formerly of the Beautiful South) on their 'Last King of Pop' tour at Blackpool Winter Gardens, Sheffield City Hall, and the Royal Albert Hall to a sold out crowd.
Paul Heaton then gave the track 'Teddy Bear' airplay on BBC 6 Music when he appeared as a guest on Radcliffe and Maconie in December 2018.
The song 'Village Moon' also received airplay on BBC Introducing songs of the year in December 2018.
On August 25th he will be playing with the band again at the King's Arms, Salford for a night of chirpy tunes that tell as story, lyrics with a twist, and also, a new single.
8:00pm Amy Griffiths
8:45pm Conor Molloy+Band
Music Genres: Acoustic, Alternative, Folk
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