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#217 Gemma Hayes @ Dublin Olympia Theatre (December 9th 2012)

Support: Joe Chester / With:The Discovery Gospel Choir

I’d seen Gemma seven times in seven years in seven different venues all around Dublin before tonight, an assortment of places ranging from the cool (Tripod) to the not so cool (Howth Summit Inn) to the damn right odd (Dundrum Mill Theatre). This though was by far the largest show and accompanied by a full band this was to be a little different from the usual

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#190 Gemma Hayes @ Dublin Tower Records (June 2nd 2011)

Support: N/A / With: Ann Scott

Tower Records in Dublin is an independent record store (as of 2003). A dying breed across Ireland which unfortunately mirrors the international trend. Tower is the best store in Dublin.....hands down. There are a few other good independent stores but Tower has it all. From the great record selection (especially vinyl which happily has made a comeback in the 

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#189 Gemma Hayes @ Dublin Button Factory (May 27th 2011)

Support: Ann Scott

If you live outside of Ireland then you may not be familiar with Gemma Hayes. Well all I can say is that you are missing out! She is an Irish singer songwriter who this year has been in the music business ten years. 2001 saw the release of her debut EP:4.35amand after gigging intermittently around Ireland over the past few years has just released fourth album Let It Break

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#184 Gemma Hayes @ Dublin Howth Summit Inn (November 12th 2010)

Support: Ciara Stone / With: Ann Scott

An intimate gig in what can only be described as an old Irish country nightclub. Do you know the type? It’s where they serve beer out of cans and give you a plastic cup to drink it. In fairness the pub that the said night club was attached to was quite nice. Aptly named, The Summit Inn overlooks the beautiful seaside village of Howth. Admittedly as we walked in to 

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#175 Gemma Hayes @ Dublin Dundrum Mill Theatre (January 30th 2010)

Support: Ann Scott

A few things about this gig:

- It’s January. I never go to gigs in January. Seriously without looking back at the previous gigs I remember very few that took place in what can only be described as a hellish month. The month where very little happens due to overspending and over drinking in December; the 

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