Flogging Molly @ House of Blues

Flogging Molly @ House of Blues

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Flogging Molly performed a sold-out show for a crowd of devoted fans at the House of Blues on March 7.
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The House of Blues welcomed the band back to their stage in celebration of the HoB's 20th anniversary.
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Flogging Molly made their start by routinely playing at the pub Molly Malone's, in Los Angeles.
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Flogging Molly’s latest record, <em>Speed of Darkness</em>, hones its sights on the U.S. economic climate.
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The bill also included Irish singer/songwriter the Mighty Steff and German rockers Donots (not pictured).
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Although the band originally hails from LA, accordion player (and former pro skater) Matt Hensley has deep roots in San Diego's North County. Ever hear of Hensley's Flying Elephant? He used to be the owner.
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The band has re-released its classic album <em>Drunken Lullabies</em>, which featured original mixes by Steve Albini.
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You can hear Flogging Molly's cover of "The Times They Are A-Changin" on the recent Bob Dylan tribute album, <em>Chimes of Freedom</em>.
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Bob Schmidt of Flogging Molly has his own signature line of mandolins by Fender Guitars.
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The band is highly influenced by Irish culture, especially the Pogues and writer James Joyce.
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