Gavin Friday and The Man Seezer perform ‘Each Man Kills The Thing He Loves’ way back on RTE’s Nighthawks, December 7, 1988. The song is the title track from Gavin Friday’s first collaboration with The Man Seezer. It is an excerpt from Oscar Wilde’s poem ‘The Ballad of Reading Gaol’ set to music composed by the two.
‘Nighthawks’ was a programme that was set in a bar café where the presenter Shay Healy was also the proprietor. ‘Nighthawks’ was broadcast between 1988 and 1992 and went out three nights a week.
Via @athenamediaie on Twitter: “Something from the #pantisocracy bottom drawer ( yes @pantibliss we have those) re-discovered footage of the incredible performance by @gavinfriday @GavinFridayNews & @crashensemble ‘s @kateelliscello in Season 1 of the show from Christmas 2016”
Dimitri Verhulst investigates the connections between Socrates, Pippi Longstocking, punk en Jacques Brel. Gavin and Dimitri improvise Brel’s “Au Suivant” and talk about punk and rebellion.
Watch Gavin on Made In Europe on NPO. May not be available in your country.
Join artist Gavin Friday to hear him reflect on his new sonic work The Casement Sonata, the development of the work and his research into Roger Casement. Admission free, no booking necessary.
1pm, Friday 22nd July
Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane
Parnell Square North
t: + 353 1 222 5550
f: + 353 1 872 2182
“Gavin Friday is in the finishing stages of recording his fifth studio album, his first since 2011’s widely acclaimed catholic. Fresh from art-directing U2’s iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE tour, the 56-year-old Dubliner is also working on another solo album, as well as a 1916-themed art installation paying homage to Roger Casement.”
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Gavin Friday and Maurice Seezer, with ASCAP President Paul Williams and Keith Donald.
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Gavin Friday at yesterday’s book launch of John Kelly‘s ‘From Out of the City’ at Dublin’s Hodges Figgis
From the new Arsenal album – Furu – song is ‘Not Yet Free’ featuring Gavin Friday & Doseone
Guests Gavin Friday, Paul Page of Whipping Boy and music journalist Billy O hAnluain join Vincent Woods to celebrate the spirit and music of Lou Reed.
Listen to RTE Arts Tonight’s Lou Reed special with Gavin Friday