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Dropkick Murphys bring St. Patrick’s Day to the National in Richmond a few days early, with Amigo the Devil, Lenny Lashley’s Gang Of One, and Booze & Glory

Dropkick Murphys St. Patrick’s Tour made its stop in Richmond, VA at The National, supported with stacked line up consisting of Amigo the Devil, Lenny Lashley’s Gang Of One, and Booze & Glory.

The night started with the solo act, Amigo the Devil, which featured Danny Kiranos’s dark folk music. Kirano balanced out the darkness with humor as he made the crowd laugh with his dialog in between songs. Lenny Lashley’s Gang Of One followed and increased the tempo as the full band played their punk music that was on the more tame side compared to the rest of the acts on the bill. Once Booze & Glory took the stage the show was kicked into high gear as the London-based band blasted through their Oi! music and set the bar for Dropkick to close the night with an incredible 25 song set.

Dropkick Murphys bring an unmatched energy in their live show. The beer was flowing and die hard fans packed the sold out venue as they sang along to every song. It truly is like St. Patrick’s Day every night when Dropkick is on the stage.

Rob Wallace
Rob Wallace is a photographer based in Northern VA and is currently a house photographer with I.M.P. and The Wolf Trap Foundation. Find more of his work at www.mindful-photo.com.

Dropkick Murphys bring St. Patrick’s Day to the National in Richmond a few days early, with Amigo the Devil, Lenny Lashley’s Gang Of One, and Booze & Glory

Dropkick Murphys St. Patrick’s Tour made its stop in Richmond, VA at The National, supported with stacked line up consisting of Amigo the Devil, Lenny Lashley’s Gang Of One, and Booze & Glory.

The night started with the solo act, Amigo the Devil, which featured Danny Kiranos’s dark folk music. Kirano balanced out the darkness with humor as he made the crowd laugh with his dialog in between songs. Lenny Lashley’s Gang Of One followed and increased the tempo as the full band played their punk music that was on the more tame side compared to the rest of the acts on the bill. Once Booze & Glory took the stage the show was kicked into high gear as the London-based band blasted through their Oi! music and set the bar for Dropkick to close the night with an incredible 25 song set.

Dropkick Murphys bring an unmatched energy in their live show. The beer was flowing and die hard fans packed the sold out venue as they sang along to every song. It truly is like St. Patrick’s Day every night when Dropkick is on the stage.

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