The 7th Sons in Ryans

Posted by admin on Aug 25, 2009 in What's On

More video courtesy of the man with the phone-cam – Paul C.


More YouTubery from Paul C

Posted by admin on Aug 17, 2009 in What's On

More Left Right and Centre from Paul C.


The 7th Sons Play

Posted by admin on Aug 5, 2009 in What's On

Left Right and Centre take a well deserved break and to fill in we have a young beat group called ‘the 7th sons’.

Some blues with a little soul set against a rock ‘n’ roll backbeat – the lead guitarist is the son of John Querney (Bass in Left Right and Centre.

Never fear - the Thursday night  gig in Frank Ryans is in safe hands.


The Raglans play two nights

Posted by admin on Jul 25, 2009 in What's On

2009 has been a good year so far for The Raglans, Stephen Kelly and Luke On the back of supporting John Illsley, Cathy Davey, Gavin Glass in 2008 the band were asked to go to London in Febraury 2009 by ‘Squeeze’ legend Glenn Tilbrook who signed them to his label Quixotic records. A debut ep ‘Where do we go from here? and a successful UK tour in May followed.

Luke and Stephen are currently in Ireland writing and rehearsing for some Irish dates before they return to the Uk to record their debut album and support Midge Ure in Liverpool in August and continue to tour the UK and Europe.

We had the pleasure of the Raglans company in Ryans last Wednesday and they are playing again next week. Well worth a visit!

See http://www.myspace.com/theraglans for more information.


Review by Eamonn Carr (of Horslips and Evening Herald)

Posted by admin on Jul 12, 2009 in What's On


Eamon Carr

Eamon Carr

You want to hear rock ‘n’ roll royalty?

Baby we’ve got the real gone daddies of regal rockin’ boogaloo shaking a tailfeather every Thursday just for you!

The Left Right and Centre are a trio. A power trio. The most explosive confunktion since ol’ Einstein souped up his A-bomb with razzle-dazzle and ramalama back in the day.

ED DEANE began playing electric guitar with Dublin legends Blues House. That was before he kick-started the London boogie scene with Bees Make Honey when Ian Dury sat at the bar taking notes. He’s also played with Nick Lowe, Graham Parker and Dana Gillespie.

NOEL BRIDGEMAN was laying down the perfect beat in Skid Row when Philip Lynott was a singer without a bass guitar. Noel is the guv’nor as testified by the cast of superstars who won’t tour unless he’s behind the kit. Artists he’s worked with include Van Morrison, The Waterboys and Mary Black.

JOHN QUERNEY plays the earthquake bass that shook the foundations of the million gin joints The Business once called home.


We’ve got the blue lights on every THURSDAY at FRANK RYANS BAR on Queen Street.
Left Right and Centre – where it all began!

Dublin’s own rock ‘n’ roll royalty doing what they do best – Don’t miss ‘em!


For photos and info call 01-8725204 or 087-9604057.

UPDATE 21 July:

Thanks to Paul C: “Here’s an amateur video of LR&C in da house”


Blues night every Thursday in Frank Ryans.

Posted by admin on Jun 28, 2009 in What's On

9:30 pm every Thursday…

Left, Right & Centre (Ed Deane, Noel Bridgeman and John Querney) strut their stuff and give us the best in blues.

No cover charge!

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