It was a great night with Wyvern Lingo in the Kasbah Social Club, the small and intimate venue at Dolan’s.
Before the band rocked the stage the crowd was warmed up by local singer Synead Toomey and the band was lead by Voice of Ireland star Nile St. James.
“I had seen Wyvern Lingo support Hozier a few years ago and I thought they were a fantastic indie-band so I am pumped to be supporting them in Dolans,” the open act Synead Toomey explained.
“I absolutely love playing gigs in Dolans, there is always such a great and positive atmosphere, said Ms Toomey. “The crowds are generally very respectful towards the musicians,” she explained.
At 10pm Wyvern Lingo come on stage, ready to Rock the Kasbah.
The three rebel girls look really well and put on a great show with lots of high energy and melody.
They really know how to rock a stage and get the crowd with them.
Testament to the great success of the band is the big announcement of a new album launching in February.
During the night, the girls also celebrate pop icon Prince, by dedicating a song to him. “This is a tribute to an artist passed away during the last year, that really influenced our music!”
Wyvern Lingo really enjoyed themselves, smiling all the way through, interacting with each other and the audience constantly and playing loads of fantastic songs.
The band finishes a great set with the masterpiece “Letter to Willow”, but before leaving the stage they also sing ‘A cappella’ an intense and emotional version of “Used”, that brings a close to the perfect night with an amazing band.
“The girls from Wyvern are so lovely and genuine, it was an absolute pleasure to be able to support them,” added Ms Toomey. “Myself and Nile St. James met up with them before the gig and they were really excited to come see both of us play and the girls were so encouraging towards my music,” Ms Toomey added.