• PUBLISHED Nov 08, 2017

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    Nov 08 2017
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    20 th Overall
    11/11/17
    1 st Brighton
    11/11/17
  • PUBLISHED Nov 08, 2017

  • PUBLISHED

    Nov 08 2017
  • THIS VIDEO

    114 Views
    2 Votes
  • OVERALL RANK

    16906 th Views
    7060 th Votes
  • PEAK CHART RANK

    20 th Overall
    11/11/17
    1 st Brighton
    11/11/17

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PRESENTED BY DAVID ELPHICK

The Flogging Molly Salty Dog Cruise 2015’ — a voyage like no other. Not only was it an epic adventure from Miami to the Bahamas and back, drenched in beer and whiskey, sun, sea and many, many great bands, it was also the birth of an idea. The inspiration that ‘40 Shillings On The Drum’ frontman, lyricist, and spirit guzzler, Daniel Scully, had been searching for.

Hailing from Brighton, England and armed to the teeth with an array of songs about life, love, friendship, and getting smashed out of your brain, they are ready to take on the world, one town at time.

The band won Churchill Square's Busk Stop event 2016.
Two UK tours are currently being planned for 2018 to coincide with the release of a live album, followed by a studio album.

Website:
http://40shillingsonthedrum.uk

Social Media links:
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CREDITS / SPONSORS
With thanks to Venue Partners Patterns, Brighton
http://patternsbrighton.com/

Production by Bmusic Ltd. & Neil Collins Recording
http://www.thisisbmusic.com/
http://www.neilcollinsrecording.com/

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