Wexford singer/songwriter Gordon Barry to appear at the arts centre

By David tucker

Published 23/03/2016 | 00:00

Wexford Arts Centre.
Wexford Arts Centre.

Wexford singer/songwriter, Gordon Barry launches his debut album 'The Best Way To Kill A Monster' at Wexford Arts Centre this Saturday, March 26, at 8.30 p.m.

The album was recorded both in Ireland and the US. Mixed by legendary Seattle Producer Steve Fisk, who was the man behind the wheel of early recordings by Nirvana, Soundgarden, and a whole host of acts that sprung from the Grunge/Sub Pop era.

In 2014 Barry released his debut EP 'Sojourning' and completed two tours of New York, playing alongside acts such as Steve Earle, The Blind Boys of Alabama, Marah and Mick Flannery.

Admission on Saturday night is €10 and that includes a copy of the album. Anyone who donated to the creation of the album through Gordon Barry's FundIt campaign gains free entry. You can book online at www.wexfordartscentre.ie or by ringing 053 9123764

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