Following on from a very successful 2015, Davie Furey embarks on a nationwide Irish tour to promote his new album ‘Easy Come Easy Go’. After launching the album in a packed Whelan’s late last year, this high energy folk/rock inspired show comes to Galway for one night at Monroe’s Live on Friday, 1 April.
The album has already been showcased by RTE, BBC and a number of other stations both home and abroad to much acclaim. The eleven songs that appear on ‘Easy Come Easy Go’ have been crafted while touring Ireland, Europe and America. Davie’s songwriting, like his voice, has become raspier, the stories more searingly honest and the guitar more strikingly memorable.
“An excellently produced album with very dramatic songs. Definitely one to watch out for!” – Phil Coulter.
Fusing traditional roots with contemporary folk and rock, Furey’s sound is characterised by storytelling, energy and guitar riffs that beat like a pulse. Citing Christy Moore, Luke Kelly, Pearl Jam and Bruce Springsteen as a diverse cross-section of influences, Davie has drawn on a wide range of inspiration while crafting his own sound.