Brian Downey has announced a 40th anniversary gig of Thin Lizzy’s most loved live album- Live And Dangerous.
The original Thin Lizzy drummer will performing the first and only show in London on Friday 24th November 2017.This will mark 40 years since the Live And Dangerous album which was recorded in ’77 and released in ’78.
The rare concert will take place at Nells Jazz & Blues with his new band Brian Downey’s ALIVE AND DANGEROUS. The band includes guitarist Brian Grace, Matt Wilson on vocals and bass with Phil Edgar on lead guitar.
“After the Thin Lizzy reunion shows finished in 2013, I was asked to join, what turned out to be Black Star Riders, but it just didn’t feel right for me.” said Brian, “In January 2016, following an appearance at the Vibe For Philo in Dublin, I approached Brian Grace and that’s when we discussed getting a band together. After a few rehearsals, Brian suggested that we rehearse with Matt Wilson (lead vocals, bass) and Phil Edgar (guitar), both of whom had been in a band called The Low Riders (their name was taken from a lyric from the Thin Lizzy song Johnny The Fox).”
“In January 2017, we jammed together at the Vibe For Philo, and it went so well, that we decided to form Brian Downey’s ALIVE AND DANGEROUS and make it a full time proposition.”
Tickets go on sale today on See Tickets and 24 Hour Box Office: 08712 200260.