Cork’s Mick Flannery and Clare’s Susan O’Neill open for Phoebe Bridgers in Philadelphia
Cork’s Mick Flannery, one of Ireland’s most acclaimed songwriters and singers, and County Clare newcomer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Susan O’Neill opened for US singer Phoebe Bridgers last night outdoors at The Mann Centre, Philadelphia, to a roaring crowd of 7,000 people.
Mick and Susan performed songs from their highly acclaimed new album released last week “In the Game”. During the headliner’s, Phoebe said on stage that she “…fucks with them. And everyone here should fuck with them too.”
Bridgers also tweeted her support of the Irish musicians:
. @MickFlannery and @SoundsofSON are opening the Philly show tonight at 7:15. I love this fucking record. https://t.co/bR9Z6r1hUK
— traitor joe (@phoebe_bridgers) September 22, 2021
Pheobe Bridgers was nominated for four Grammys this year for Best New Artist, Best Alternative Music Album for Punisher, and Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance for her song Kyoto. The 27-year-old Los Angeles native was spotted in Kinsale last year with Normal People actor and rumoured boyfriend Paul Mescal.
Mick Flannery and Susan O’Neill’s US tour of “In the Game” continues until September 29th, they then return home for live shows across Ireland, the UK, and EU. Full tour dates and tickets can be found at www.inthegame.ie