"Galway's most popular band, Amazing Apples are also one of its success stories...'Galway Band of the Year 2015'"
Kernan Andrews - The Galway Advertiser
'Amazing Apples’ are a 5 piece multi instrumentalist Indie/Folk band from Galway. they began their musical journey as a cover band in 2008 and quickly captured the hearts of crowds in their native galway. their unique blend of folk, Irish, indie and rock helped the apples sell out venues throughout galway as they honed their songwriting skills. they began writing music in 2011 and released their first e.p "3 or 4 shoes" in 2012 which went to no 1 in the Irish iTunes charts. In March 2014 they released their second single, 'Slipping By', which peaked at no. 1 on the iTunes downloads charts, and stayed in the Official Irish Charts for 2 weeks.
Irish blog Choorpy.com named them as one of "5 Irish Acts to Watch in 2015". In May 2014 they started recording their debut full length album in Grouse Lodge with renowned Irish music producer, Joe Chester (The Coronas, Ryan Sheridan), which was be released on 29th May 2015. The album went straight to no. 3 in the Irish Independent Charts, and 27th overall on the Official Irish Charts.
Over the years they have played at Electric Picnic, Sea Sessions and Indiependence Festival, and they have played support to the likes of Walking on Cars, The Coronas, Gavin James, Ryan Sheridan, Damien Dempsey, Paddy Casey and The Saw Doctors. they have toured the u.k, america and Switzerland gathering followers where ever they land.
amazing apples are:
eanna fahy - FIDDLE, MANDOLIN BOZOUKI, VOCALS
darragh crehan - BASS, MANDOLIN, BOZOUKI, VOCALS
cian crehan - GUITAR, VOCALS
brian grace - DRUMS, PERCUSSION, KEYS
jimmy moran - LEAD GUITAR. BASS
" Considering I had never seen them live, Amazing Apples...have taken the top spot in my highlights of the entire festival (Indiependece). Their stage presence alone should be applauded... nicely complimented by their impressive harmonies and energy that seemed like it could last for hours. " - Nicole Leggett (Choorpy)