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Hothouse Flowers hotels title=With over thirty years of singing and playing all over the world, Hothouse Flowers has long been "Ireland's finest folk-rock export" (BBC). On Tuesday 17th March, Fiachna O Braonain, Liam O Maonlaoi and Peter O'Toole play a St. Patrick's Day Special at Subterania under the Westway. No two gigs are ever the same so it's hard to know what you'll get but you can expect "a whirlwind of highs and lows" as the Irish Examiner said of the band New Year's Eve concert at Cork Opera House where they played 'I Can See Clearly Now', covering Johhny Nash's original, before building to their best known anthem 'Don't Go' with O Maonlaoi "on his toes in a type of rain dance, like the Celtic druid he is" (Irish Examiner).
 

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