A Chancer's Guide To The Coronas | Live At The Marquee 2016
The Coronas play Live At The Marquee Friday June 24th and Saturday June 25th.
The Coronas are a four-piece band consisting of lead singer Danny O'Reilly, Dave McPhilips, Conor Egan and Graham Knox from Dublin. They're signed to their own independent label 3ú Records.
The band first caught the public's eye with their single San Diego Song in 2007. Their debut album Heroes or Ghosts was released in the same year with singles such as Grace Don't Wait and Heroes or Ghosts being popular follow-ups.
Their next album, Tony Was An Ex-Con peaked at number 3 in 2009 in the Irish charts with Listen Dear being a popular track off that album. The bands second album won them Best Irish Album at the Meteor Awards in 2010.
Closer To You was the band's third album, released in 2011, again peaking at number 3 in the chart with the single Addicted To Progress reaching number 7 in the charts.
Their latest album The Long Way was released in November 2014 with the single All The Others reaching number 3 in the Irish charts, the bands highest charting single.
Support at Live At The Marquee comes from The Academic and Róisín O.
Róisín O is lead singer Danny O'Reilly's younger sister. Music is in the family's roots as their mother is singer Mary Black.
This will be The Coronas fifth appearance at the Cork venue and both shows are sold out.
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