Blue Valentines – ”When love grew wild – A night of alternative local artists”
Rob Walsh – is no stranger to the Cobblestone stage and Dublin City has been his stomping ground for many years through different musical incarnations – his last band being Cold Comfort. His music and videos continue to reach more and more people online as he continues to work hard at his art. Most recently he produced a documentary entitled ‘All Your Love Is Gone’ – a piece on the history of Ireland’s Eye and a murder that happened there in 1852. He finishing off the short documentary with a new song of the same name filmed inside Martello Tower.
Lucie Azconaga – French born artist Lucie Azconaga runs a weekly music session on Wednesday’s in our front bar and she has been working hard in Dublin’s musical epicentre for a long time now. She has been impressing many artists and music lovers alike with her original material that blends swing, jazz and blues played on piano and ukulele.
John Flynn – is a folk musician and singer based in Dublin who frequents our establishment regularly to drink, dance, perform and get up to all sorts of mischief with the owners son. Shenanigans aside he is a serious musical talent and plays with critically acclaimed group Skipper’s Alley. He begun playing tin whistle at 7 and progressed to flute, guitar and banjo as he got older. He has recently begun working on a solo project and his influences include Ewan MacColl, Peter Bellamy, June Tabor, Sam Amidon and Larkin Grimm among others.
Liam Noonan – is another man who came in from the cold and fell in love with what The Cobblestone has to offer. The aspiring artist is Liam or known also locally as William Noonan. In a drinking pub with a music problem it’s hard to go wrong. Working in the fields of music, photography and video at different times with many other local artists and musicians he continues to write and is currently preparing a second album for production and recording in LOOP Studios.