Jeremy Hickey returns to the venue he helped to launch as R.S.A.G., marking the fourth in a series of online concerts from Set Theatre.
It’s about seven or eight months since the release of R.S.A.G’s Chroma (Reckless Records), an album that started ‘as a musical diary of sorts’ as Hickey puts here. Here, for Set Theatre, you’ll get some of those tracks and some favourites squashed into a high energy half-hour set, give or take.
All that’s missing is a few sweat-drenched music-hungry fans moving in time to every beat made on the stage.
Viewing discretion advised if you’re susceptible to strobing/flashing lights and imagery. Also, if you’re going to watch it, treat yourself by streaming this one to the biggest screen with the biggest sound system you’ve got.
Watch: R.S.A.G live at Set Theatre
R.S.A.G’s show was filmed and edited by Bearfoot Productions and Geppetto, live mixed and mastered by Thomas Donoghue, lighting design by Dan Pearson with sound and lights supplied by Brodericks Sound / Light Service.
Missed previous shows from set? Check out Aoife Nessa Frances, Niamh Regan, Glasshouse Ensemble, Peter Broderick & Adrian Crowley.