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CANCELED: Flogging Molly

Flogging Milly regretfully have to cancel due to scheduling conflicts. Apologies for the inconvenience.

The GRAMMY Museum is thrilled to welcome seminal Celtic rockers Flogging Molly to the Clive Davis Theater for an intimate Q&A and performance surrounding their recently released strikingly powerful new album, Life Is Good (June 2, Vanguard Records). Co-produced by GRAMMY Award winner Joe Chiccarelli (Beck, the White Stripes, U2) and Ross Hogarth, and recorded in Ireland, Life is Good is filled with rousing songs that are timeless in their sentiment, but directly related to today’s most pressing concerns: politics, the economy, unemployment, planned boomtowns gone bust, and immigration policies gone awry. The album marks Flogging Molly’s first studio album in six years, and is the follow-up to 2011’s highly acclaimed Speed of Darkness, which reached No. 9 on the Billboard 200. Founded in Los Angeles, Flogging Molly have long been hailed for their compelling lyrics of exile, rebellion, history and struggle told through exuberant anthems with a fierce blend of raucous punk/rock and traditional Irish music. Join GRAMMY Museum Executive Director Scott Goldman for an intimate conversation in the Clive Davis Theater vocalist/guitarist Dave King, followed by a full performance with the full band – Bridget Regan, Dennis Casey, Bob Schmidt, Matt Hensley, Nathan Maxwell, and Mike Alonso.