Month: November 2017
Snow Patrol are performing at Mad Cool in Madrid, Spain on 12-14 July 2018. Tickets go on sale Tuesday, 5 December at 11:00 CET HERE. Read at SnowPatrol.com. Go to TTB forums here.
Sunderland Echo: November 22, 2003: Fourteen years since little known Snow Patrol played Sunderland bar
They have played at some of the world’s largest arenas and festivals and even made a brief appearance in television hit Game of Thrones. Yet November 22 marks 14 years since a then up-and-coming Snow Patrol appeared in a Holmeside bar in the centre of Sunderland. The rock band, whose hits include Chocolate and Run,… Read More ›
Irish Post: Snow Patrol’s Johnny McDaid to accept The Irish Post Outstanding Contribution to the Music Industry Award in London
PROLIFIC songwriter and producer Johnny McDaid will accept the 2017 Irish Post Outstanding Contribution to the Music Industry Award. The musician, who is behind a wide array of recent chart hits, will accept the award in London on Thursday, November 23 at the Grosvenor House Hotel. The red carpet Awards ceremony will be broadcast live… Read More ›
Actor Evan Henzi posted this on Instagram: Evan, in #LA catching up with @snowpatrol’s Gary Lightbody @garysnowpatrol! Gary, Johnny McDaid @jmd_snowpatrol (also from Snow Patrol), and Evan, collaborated on the awesome song “A Call to Arms.” #StayTuned for exciting news about upcoming music and touring for Evan. #ACallToArms#electronic #edm #indie#electronicmusic #SnowPatrol#EqualityForAll Go here to read the post on Instagram.
By Ursula Duddy Grammy-nominated Derry musician Johnny McDaid has had his songwriting talents recognised by a top university. McDaid, who plays with Snow Patrol and writes for Ed Sheeran, was this week made an Honorary Fellow at the University of Liverpool’s Institute of Irish Studies. The award came as McDaid’s band were revealed to be… Read More ›
Snow Patrol have beaten veteran musician Van Morrison to be named the most played Northern Irish act of the 21st century. The indie rockers are the Northern Ireland artists featured most often in UK radio and television broadcasts since 2000, according to research by licensing body PPL. Although they formed in Scotland in the mid-1990s,… Read More ›