Mick Flannery
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Mick Flannery

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The best kept secret in music


"He's fantastic"

"Stuff that blows you away... he's fantastic" - Lillian Smith of RTE Radio 1's Late Date in an interview with The Irish Times Magazine. - The Irish Times Magazine

"Astute and sophisticated lyrics..."

'Mick's self- titled album has it all: Astute and sophisticated lyrics, strong, imaginative melodies, consummate musicianship on both piano and guitar, and a 21-year-old voice that somehow manages to sound long experienced in the ways of the world.' - Paul Drommey, The Evening Echo - The Evening Echo

"Terific Concert"

Debut EP Launch described as, 'a mind-blower' and 'a terrific concert' - The Evening Echo
- The Evening Echo

"Amazing song craftsmanship"

'Amazing song craftsmanship... aching melodies' - The Irish Examiner


Evening Train: debut album released in CB's Gallery, New York City on August 25th, 2005.

Released self-titled debut EP in November 2004.

Christmas Past, The Birds and the Bees, Creak in the Door, and The Beast in Me from the debut EP all received airplay in Ireland.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Mick Flannery is a 21 year old folk rock singer songwriter. He is an experienced performer, having gigged extensively around his native Ireland and NYC. His debut EP, launched last November, was terrifically received. Having just returned from a week of shows as part of the Islands of Song Atlantic Crossroads Festival
in St. John's, Canada, Mick is in New York City for the summer to promote his new album, Evening Train. This promises to be one of the most original and exciting album releases of this year. Over 11 tracks, the tragic story of two very different brothers unfolds. Set in small town America, both , men desperately seek to get out on the evening train with a one-way ticket. The album is a lyrical masterpiece and boasts a most unique & graceful female vocalist. The CD Release Show was in CB's Gallery, NYC, August 25th, 2005.