The Original Rudeboys
MCD Presents O.R.B The Original RudeBoys
To celebrate the release of their prolific second album “All We Are”, O.R.B ( The Original Rudeboys ) have just announced they will play an all ages headline show at The Olympia Theatre on Friday 5th September.
Tickets priced from €20 including booking fee on sale now via Ticketmaster.ie, usual Ticketmaster outlets including The Olympia Theatre Box Office, and by calling Ticketmaster at The Olympia Phone Bookings on 0818 719 330.
Under 14's must be accompanied by an adult, Over 18's ID required to gain access to the bars where alcohol is served.
The band’s singer Robert Burch stated today “It's absolutely incredible to be playing one of our favourite venues again. We are very excited to play a hometown all ages show for all our fans that missed out on our album launch due to age restrictions. This will be the real the album celebration!”
“All We Are” was # 1 on iTunes Ireland, and is HMV's biggest selling new release of the year so far. It enjoyed the best week 1 sales of any album by an Irish band in 2014, charting at # 2; only bettered by Imelda May. The band recently appeared on both The Late Late Show and The Voice of Ireland.
Their next single produced by Jake Gosling (Ed Sheeran, Paloma Faith); “Can't Let Go” is a sun-tastic surge of summer time energy. It follows “Feel It In Your Soul” and “Never Gonna Walk Away”, both Top 10 hits for the band and huge radio tunes.
O.R.B joined The Script on tour in 2013, playing arenas in the UK, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Italy, France, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal and Australia.
O.R.B sold out The Olympia Theatre in Dublin 3 times in 2013.
Their official videos have enjoyed over 3 million views on YouTube and they have a huge social media presence – 72,000 friends on Facebook, 50,000 followers on Twitter.
O.R.B are also special guests for Kanye West and Pharrell at Marlay Park on Wednesday 2nd July.
O.R.B’s third single from their new album, “Can't Let Go” is released on Gotta Run / Rubyworks on Friday 4th July.