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He may be 73 years old but Rob Strong, as his forthcoming Biography suggests, is STILL GOING STRONG! The Rob Strong Band have sold out concerts in theatres in Wexford, Waterford and Kilkenny in August 2020 and will play Dublin’s top venue, The Workman’s Club on 31st October, Moat Theatre Naas in November and The Draíocht Theatre in December.
The Derry Legend with the sensational blues/soul voice, is celebrating an amazing 55 years on the road this year! His forthcoming Biography STILL GOING STRONG will be available in November 2020 with Rob recalling his earliest years in Derry in horrendous living conditions and his first bands as a teenager. There is a unique series of interviews and amazing tributes from many of Ireland’s top musicians. Household names such as Phil Coulter, Johnny Logan, Colm Wilkinson, Brian Coll, Don Baker ,Paul Brady, Dave Fanning, Paddy Cole, Brush Shiels, Mary Coughlan, Frankie McBride, RTE’s Pat Shortt, Fr. Brian D’ Arcy and Thin Lizzy original guitarist Eric Bell, pay huge respect to the Godfather of Irish Soul in extensive interviews.
Other exclusive interviews include that of Rob’s son, Andrew Strong, the star of The Commitments Movie in 1991, Rob’s daughter Niamh, his wife Noreen, his childhood friends and musicians from his first band in 1960 right up to today. Managers and promoters from the Showband Era give a unique behind the scenes look at the social phenomenon of the day.