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UPDATE 09/12/17: The 21st Jan show rescheduled to 16th March 2017. Unfortunately due to the illness of singer Davy Carton who underwent a minor throat operation last week, The Saw Doctors will not be able to play their show in the Ulster Hall on Sat 21st Jan. It has been re-scheduled to Thu 16th March.
Tickets for the 21st Jan show will be valid for the new date in March. No exchange necessary.
"The Saw Doctors regret that they won't be able to play for all our loyal and faithful Belfast fans in the Ulster Hall in January. Davy needs time to rest and rehab his damaged vocal chords. We are looking forward to getting back on the road next Spring and playing in Belfast on the 16th March."
Legendary folk rockers, The Saw Doctors play their first Belfast live show in over three years at the Ulster Hall this January!
Having taken a break from the road following their extensive 2012 tour, chief songwriters Davy Carton and Leo Moran recently announced The Saw Doctors’ return, to the joy of their worldwide family of adoring fans.
Starting out playing in local pubs, The Saw Doctors were invited out on tour with Mike Scott of The Waterboys, spending 6 weeks touring the UK in 1989. After this, The Saw Doctors went from strength to strength when single ‘I Useta Lover’ spent nine weeks at number one and became Ireland's best‑selling single of all time. They followed up with the No 2 hit, N17, and a chart‑topping album, If This Is Rock And Roll, I Want My Old Job Back. A steady run of chart entries continued with the recent Irish number ones for their cover of Sugababes’ ‘About You Now’.
Over the years, The Saw Doctors have built up a reputation as an unmissable live band with countless sold out tours to an abundance of festival appearances, including Glastonbury and T in the Park.
Famed for their unrelenting energy, a Saw Doctors live show is performed with as much passion and fervour as their small‑town pub gigs 28 years ago.
16 March 2017
From 16 March 2017
To 1 January 0001
Now at the Ulster Hall
Phone: 028 9033 4455