Former Pogue member Cait O’Riordan all set to play in Dublin gig

Cáit ‘Rocky’ O’Riordan, the founding member of The Pogues, plays an intimate concert with her new band named in the Stags Head pub in Dublin, this October. O’Riordan, who has also played with Radiators from Space, her former hubby Elvis Costello, and Gavin Friday, would play classics from the Red Roses for Sodomy, the Lash and Me and Rum, the Pogues’ album developed by Costello – earlier on Sunday, 21st October, at 4 pm with tickets at € 10.00.
Talking regarding her career in the last few years, Cáit told that when he was a seventeen year old Irish-London children living in a Kilburn hostel, he became a founding member of Pogues. He was dubbed as ‘Rocky O’Riordan’ and he spent the next 4 years recording and gigging.
He added that the Pogues became very successful quite fast but his favorite memories are of those little pub as well as club concerts in early days, when the disorderly energy of both the band as well as their crowd still owed as much to Sex Pistols as to Dubliners. He left the band aged just twenty and over the next seventeen years he battled depression and addiction, finally picking up his bass again in the year 2003.
Cait has also returned to school, getting a Master’s degree in Psychological Science in the year 2013 and he currently enrolled in PhD program at the UCD Smurfit Graduate School of Business.

Cáit ‘Rocky’ O’Riordan, the founding member of The Pogues, plays an intimate concert with her new band named in the Stags Head pub in Dublin, this October. O’Riordan, who has also played with Radiators from Space, her former hubby Elvis Costello, and Gavin Friday, would play classics from the Red Roses for Sodomy, the Lash and Me and Rum, the Pogues’ album developed by Costello – earlier on Sunday, 21st October, at 4 pm with tickets at € 10.00.Talking regarding her career in the last few years, Cáit told that when he was a seventeen year old Irish-London children living in a Kilburn hostel, he became a founding member of Pogues. He was dubbed as ‘Rocky O’Riordan’ and he spent the next 4 years recording and gigging. He added that the Pogues became very successful quite fast but his favorite memories are of those little pub as well as club concerts in early days, when the disorderly energy of both the band as well as their crowd still owed as much to Sex Pistols as to Dubliners. He left the band aged just twenty and over the next seventeen years he battled depression and addiction, finally picking up his bass again in the year 2003.Cait has also returned to school, getting a Master’s degree in Psychological Science in the year 2013 and he currently enrolled in PhD program at the UCD Smurfit Graduate School of Business.

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