Can’t wait to play at the Galway Folk Festival in Monroes his coming Saturday 18th June!
And we’ll be joined by Frank and Walters and Aoife Scott on the night! What a line up!
Hothouse Flowers, The Frank and Walters, Aoife Scott, Lorraine Nash, Stevie Appleby and A. Smyth join us in Monroe’s Galway for a spectacular Saturday night at Galway Folk Festival.
Pick up your tickets 👉 https://bit.ly/GFFDay4Eve
We are thrilled to announce a series of UK tour dates this November, in Glasgow, Birmingham, Brexhill On Sea, London and Milton Keynes. Tickets are on sale from Friday 8th June.
In 1988 Hothouse Flowers took to the streets of Dublin to promote the release of their new album titled ‘People’.
Hothouse Flowers were synonymous with busking and street performance during their early careers and returned to the streets playing on Henry Street, O’Connell Street and Grafton Street in support of their new album. The impromptu event attracted hundreds of people at lunchtime on 19 April 1988.
RTÉ News followed the group as they busk their way from Henry Street to Grafton Street, with a stopover at Dublin Millennium Radio Studio with Jimmy Greeley.
Liam Ó Maonlaí and Fiachna Ó Braonáin speak to Teresa Mannion about their success and the joys of playing on the streets of Dublin.
Click here to see an RTÉ News report broadcast on 19 April 1988.
Liam, Fiachna and Peter join Ray D’Arcy to mark the 30 year anniversary of ‘Don’t Go’. Released in 1988, the album ‘People’ was one of the most successful debut albums in Ireland. The band join Ray in studio for a special performance and a look back through their song book.
The interview can be seen in full on RTÉ Player
This year marks thirty years since the Hothouse Flowers’ debut album, People, was released – it was the most successful debut album in Ireland ever! Liam, Fiachna and Peter join Ray D’Arcy on his radio show on RTÉ Radio One for a chat and a few songs…
Forthcoming gigs by the Hothouse Flowers include Vicar St on February 22nd, and the Alley Theatre in Strabane on February 24th. Listen back to the show on Ray D’Arcy RTÉ Radio One Friday 26 January2018