Bagatelle 36 years a-rockin

Bagatelle will appear at the White Horse Hotel, Campsie on October 11.
Bagatelle will appear at the White Horse Hotel, Campsie on October 11.

Leading International band, Bagatelle featuring Liam Reilly, will be making a return first visit to the Best Western White Horse Hotel Campsie, Derry on Saturday night October 11, in aid of local charities.

The evening will be hosted by local company, Helping Hands Charity and Event Solutions with profits on this occasion allocated to Zest North West.

Bagatelle band’s current success is the continuation of a career which started in January 1978, which saw the band playing at full steam in the united States, Canada, England and Ireland for six years non stop, creating several Gold, Platinum albums and singles along the way.

The band which has brought us such memorable hits as ‘Second Violin’, ‘Love is the Reason’, and ‘Leeson Street Lady’, is still playing to packed houses, throughout the country.

Bagatelle have shared stages with artistes such as Bob Marley and Don Mc Lean and have had albums produced by Phil Coulter and Gus Dudgeon who has produced for David Bowie and Elton John.

In the last few years Bagatelle have released two albums and two singles. Bagatelle Gold was released in conjunction with the band’s 25th anniversary Tour and the most recent Album ‘The Irish Connection’ is only available via the Internet and is sure to become a collector’s item. Many of the songs in the album have been penned by Liam Reilly such as ‘Boston Rose’, ‘Streets of New York’, and ‘Going back to Ireland’.

Bagatelle’s popularity and there own very particular style of music continues to reach across the generations.

Warm up Act on the night is by the North West’s own Dale Thomas commencing at 9pm and he will be followed by Bagatelle from 10pm till 12 midnight.

Tickets and further information on this special event is now available by contacting the hotel reception on (028) 7186 0606

Please note Doors are open at 8.30pm and it is advisable to be early on the night as a large crowd is expected and numbers will be strictly limited.