Derry’s leading all ages music event, Practice Makes Event, returns to The Nerve Centre with Wile Man on St Patrick’s Eve, Friday March 16.
Wile Man is a rebellious rap singer from the heart of Derry City.
Always entertaining and thought provoking, Wile Man’s songs can be upbeat and comical but he also has a much darker side that delivers poignant tales of heartache, tragedy and woe.
Since 2010 Wile Man has been travelling with ‘The Players’-a collection of musicians that hail from across the north and who like to experiment with different styles.
They believe ‘Hip-Hop is everything’ and this is shown in the many musical genres that they produce. Although prone to periods of hibernation they have recently released an album ‘The Antidote’ that is available now at Cool Discs.
See Wile Man & The Player’s this St Patrick’s Eve at the Nerve Centre alongside The Trumans, Macroom and DJ’s Niall Gallagher and Brandon McElhinney.
Room Two will feature Caoimhe’s Ipod Disco while Luke Mac’s brings his Acoustic Cafe to the Cafe Nervosa.
This is a No Alcohol Event. Full Cafe facilities available. Tickets (£5) on sale now at The Nerve Centre Box Office.