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Rated 4 out of
Vince the prince from
Good craicExcellent venue to showcase the music. Good support and excllent Mundy set
Date published: 2018-02-21
Rated 4 out of
Mundy at NellsMundy and the band were in fine form and obviously enjoyed the occasion of playing the 21st anniversary of Jelly legs in its entirety, particularly after not having played in London for a while as he’ s got children to look after now. The banter in between songs was entertaining and added to the atmosphere of a typical Friday gig night. A joyful cheer erupted to the question ‘Are there any Irish in the audience’ who largely made up the crowd. Gin and tonic sky prompted a kind hearted fan to get Mundy said drink. Unfortunately, his eagle eyed manager kept it safe for later. Pardon me, a crowd pleaser, got everyone up and dancing and so did To you I bestow, the song that featured in the movie Romeo and Juliet.
A few favourites and popular songs like July and Galway girl followed the album Jelly legs.
The evening ended on a moving, but also poignant note when Mundy announced to give it up for Dolores O’Riordan and started the song Zombie, with the singer of the support band Dexeter on vocals that matched Dolores’ range and got everyone singing along.
It was a thoroughly enjoyable evening in an intimate setting.