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Competition: The Coronas | Event Rocks
Competition: The Coronas
We have two pairs of tickets to give away to see the fabulous ‘The Coronas’ live at The Nerve Centre in Derry on Friday April 1st 2011.
With very special guests: Colenso Parade & Microlip
To enter simply e-mail the answer to the following question to tj@derryrocks.com.
What is the name of the Coronas’ lead singer and guitar player?
Please include your name and contact number.
Tickets are onsale now and are available from the Nerve Centre box office as well as Ticketmaster outlets. Please read on for more information on The Coronas.
Meteor Award-winning Irish rock band The Coronas begin 2011 opening for The Script across, immediately followed by their first 17 date headline tour across America. The band then returns to Northern Ireland in April for three nights only. Very special invited guests on the three Northern Ireland shows are the fantastic Colenso Parade and Microlip.
The Coronas are Meteor award winners (2010 Best Irish album), significant Irish participants of OXEGEN. They released the smart 2007 debut album, Heroes Or Ghosts and have slowly but surely been embraced by their ever growing contingent of fans as one of the best Irish bands to have emerged in the past five years.
The band has been around in some shape or form for over five years. Danny O’Reilly (vocal/ guitar) met up with Graham Knox (bass) and Conor Egan (drums) while at school and college, and a short time later hooked up with Dave McPhillips (lead guitar) during a working holiday in Vancouver. Come the start of 2007, a flurry of Irish chart activity commenced with their debut single, Decision Time, reaching the Top 10. This success was enhanced with three further hit singles – Grace, Don’t Wait, Heroes Or Ghosts, San Diego Song, all of which preceded their debut album, Heroes Or Ghosts, which subsequently spent over a year in the Irish charts.
Time moves on and the band, following a licensing deal in Japan with JVC, has trumped Heroes Or Ghosts with their new album, Tony Was an Ex-Con. The new record was recorded in Cornwall’s renowned Sawmills Studios, overseen by producer John Cornfield – Razorlight, Muse, Supergrass, Oasis. Dave reckons the main difference between the new and the old album is that the band was far cooler, calm and collected second time around. Less nerves, more cohesion, less mess, more structure. Tony Was an Ex-Con features more trademark smart rock/pop than you can shake a stick at and quietly boasts a more collaborative feel. The Coronas even more of a band than they used to be? You’d better believe it and there’s more to come!
Tony Was an Ex-Con was released in Ireland last September, entered the Irish Charts at number 3 and was in the top 10 for 5 weeks!

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