Fermanagh band Full Moon Fever set for Germany

A Fermanagh rock band is heading to Germany. Full Moon Fever, a four piece Irish rock band, are crossing the water to expand their fan base overseas.
The band usually play their gigs all over Ireland in places such as Cork, Galway and Donegal but in July they are heading to Germany for five days to play for their German fans.
The band, who mostly play 80’s rock, consists of Ciaràn Carson performing the vocals and bass guitar, Paul Gallagher on the drums, Ronan Curran smashing the Lead Guitar and Shay Wilson working his magic in vocals and keyboards.
Ciaràn Carson told the Herald about the bands humble beginnings.
“We started the band six years ago but covid came along and stopped everything for us so after Covid we decided that we would see if we could venture further a field, could we push the bar and actually be up there with the best bands.
“We just sat down and rehearsed and rehearsed and slowly but surely promoters, venues and managers started taking us on and we have it now that we are trying to get into Europe,” Ciaràn explained.
“We normally play music from the band Journey, Queen, ACDC, Guns and Roses and we [played] Ireland’s biggest live venue on Saturday 15 June in the Quays Galway too, which is something else to look forward to.”
“We cant wait. It was a life ambition to push us to that point so we are all really excited to get doing it and hopefully it can be something we continue,” said Ciaràn.

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