On Sunday 31st of March Robin is back to a regular haunt of his, Ruby’s Bodega in Larne. Music from 7pm On the 19th April Robin is back playing in Mickey Finns in Redcross, Co. Wicklow from 9pm til late! Robin will also be live at a new venue for him, in the Village Inn, Rathnew, […]
You’ve two chances of catching Robin playing this Paddy’s Day, March 17th For any revellers celebrating the day in Dublin in the afternoon at 3pm you’ll catch Robin and Mick Morris in The Old Storehouse, Crown Alley, Dublin 2 as Band Of Moonlight Love. Later in the day, Robin is delighted to be […]
On Feb 3rd RJH returns to a regular venue of his, Ruby’s Bodega, Larne from 7.30pm and is looking forward to seeing both familiar faces and making new acquaintances. Larne is also the very town immortalised in Robin’s own instrumental composition The Port of Larne which you can listen to here and find out more about the inspiration […]
Robin will play in the beautiful setting of The Strand Bar, Cahore, Co. Wexford, January 19th, from 9pm.
Robin will play The Brook House, Arklow, Co. Wicklow 6.30 to 8.30 on the 13th of January 2019
December marks a trip back up north to a regular musical haunt of RJH, Ruby’s Bodega in Larne. You can catch Robin’s live performance from 7.30pm.
Robin with play two dates, once again in Norway, on Friday 16th and Saturday the 17th of November. This time round in Skibsbroen, Lyngseidet. Also lending their musical talents on this night will be Birkir Gudmundsson Jullum on piano and Aslak Janitz on guitar. Further details on the Facebook event page. […]
Not content with playing The 27th Phil Murphy Weekend in earlier this summer, Robin returns on Thursday the 20th September to support blues guitarist Robin Bibi and blues harmonica player David Raphael for what will be the first gig of their Irish tour. Colfer’s is located in Carrick-on-Bannow in Wexford, start time approx 9pm. […]
Robin took part in Dublin Daoine recently, a series of interviews with creatives, including musicians in Dublin for the YouTube channel The Odbox. In the interview he talks about his musical influences and plays a rendition of ‘Will Ye Go Lassie Go?’