Fri 17th nov Spanish Arch Belmont Circle, Harrow
Fri 1st dec The Laurels Harrow Weald
Sat 2nd dec The Gateway Reading
Fri 8th dec The Laurels Ruislip
Fri 15th dec The Laurels Harrow Weald
Fri 22nd dec Spanish Arch Belmont Circle, Harrow
Mon 25th December "Sky Sports Soccer Saturday Christmas Special"
Sat 31st December "New Years Party" The Galtymore Cricklewood.
The "Craic" night in Cricklewood on the 3rd of November proved to be a roaring success for both the band and the event organisers (who happened to be Ronan and Andy). An enjoyable night of Celtic rock from three bands "Neck" ,"the Popes" and of course oburselves. November also produced more demo recordings by the lads, songs that they hope to use in their New Year album.
December sees the boys appearing on "Sky Sports" on a Christmas day special programme called the "Y Factor", a spoof on the X factor. Detail on the home page.
January will see the boys appearing on RTE's talent show "You're a star" again, details on the home page.
Things are steaming along for the BCS boys! Stealing the show at The Big Shindig, booking a place on the Irish TV talent show 'You're A Star' (appearing on RTE Jan 7th, vote vote vote!)
We are well on our way to completeing the songs for the next album (Demo of "Paddy Devil" on home page) so watch out for the new album early in the new year.
The next mission for us is to unify the UK Celtic Rock scene and it is well underway. There will soon be an Irish FM radio station in London to go with the gigs to give the young irish 2nd & 3rd generation music lovers what they've been crying out for! check www.slaintepromotions.co.uk and www.thebigshindig.co.uk for more details.
BCS fans in the USA will be pleased to learn that the boys plan to play as many of the festivals in as many cities as they can in 2007 with plans well underway for Chicago, Gaelic Park in May.
The band have also been getting regular radio play in the US with PaddyRock Radio and Shite'n'Onions Radio, these can be listened to online over here in the UK and Europe
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It's been a busy couple of months for the BCS lads with playing locally and writing being the main focus. There have also been lots of plans been laid for the future, possible TV in Ireland, more plans for American tours and more big nights in London in the pipeline. One confirmed big London date is the BCS involvement in 'The Big Shindig' at the Hammersmith Palais 3rd September, the boys will be opening for Damien Dempsey and the legendary Aslan. It promises to be a day to remember (midday til midnight). For details click here
On the writing front the band have been very busy with 9 or so songs having been written in the last few weeks. a new album is likely to be around before the end of the year. Watch out for new songs creeping into the live gigs over the coming months.
Many of you may have heard about the devastating loss of Andy McGoldrick, a musician/promoter/teacher in our local area, he was set to work very closely with us in the coming months. A very talented man and one of the most geniune people we've had the pleasure to meet. We mourn the loss of a kind hearted man and also the loss of his future contribution to many band's careers and people's lives. He is missed.
What a month! April was a busy and very successful month for the BCS boys. 3 successful launches in 3 different countries was the aim and they pulled it off in style. Thanks to all those who came to our shows during these past few exciting weeks, we had a ball. A great night was had by all at the Galtymore in London on the 13th and then the lads flew to New York for 5 days to play 3 gigs including supporting Seanchai in the famous Rocky Sullivans and the legendary Black47 in Yonkers. The boys also managed to fit in a live radio session (clips downloadable from the 'listen to our songs' page). The lads hardly had time to rest when they returned only to fly back out the following weekend to Enda's home town in Ireland, Mulranny Co.Mayo for a great night in Dalys. April has well and truly put BibleCodeSundays on the world map and the coming 12 months promise to be even better.
The band would like to extend a huge thank you to Matty Thornton and John Donnelly, without them this past few weeks would simply not have been possible. Also all the lads out in NYC that helped us out with equipment etc and to 'HQ' Rocky Sullivans for putting up with us.
Congratulations to the boys for winning their award. The band were voted 'Best Band on London Circuit' by the readers of the Irish World newspaper under their old name 'Slainte'
The lads are starting to make waves stateside and are planning a trip to New York in April.
The wheels are in motion to make tracks from the album 'Ghosts of Our Past' available to buy online, stay tuned for more details.
Production of the movie 'Townies' is going very well over in Boston, Ronan spoke to Mike O'Dea recently.
The boys have finished recording their debut album "Ghosts of Our Past" including 3 songs written especially for a movie in production over in Boston called "Townies." You can visit www.towniesmovie.com for more info.