A Music Blog, Yea? favourites Kodaline return to the site once again, only this time we discuss creating their new album while on the road, honesty, crucial touring items, setlists, and advice for young musicians with the band's Vinny May. Dive into our interview below, and be sure to catch
Irish quartet Kodaline will play Toronto's Sound Academy on Saturday, November the 1st with support from Birds of Tokyo. Courtesy of Live Nation, A Music Blog, Yea? is giving away a pair of tickets to the show!
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Having featured Kodaline on A Music Blog, Yea? multiple times over the last year, it was a pleasure catching them in our hometown, Toronto. The Irish quartet (comprised of Stephen Garrigan, Vinny May, Jason Boland, and Mark Prendergast) played The Danforth Music Hall and threw in a few surprises for
Welcome to A Music Blog, Yea?'s third interview with Kodaline! When we first spoke with this wonderful Dublin quartet back in November of 2012, the band had 7, 000 followers on Twitter. Now, nearly a year later, Kodaline are closing in on an incredible 100, 000. It's amazing to see
Lose Your Mind by Kodaline! Our Song of the Day can be heard beneath or over on the left sidebar throughout AMBY. Enjoy!
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Kodaline Brudenell Social Club Leeds 30/03/13
If I had to pick just one band to watch for the rest of year right now I'd quite happily choose Kodaline. So far I've already attended some pretty spectacular gigs Miles Kane at Wrexham’s intimate Central Station, The Enemy three times in the short
To celebrate Kodaline's recent release of their High Hopes EP, AMBY wanted to send out a special post displaying all our lovely articles, interviews and features on the band.
We've loved their music from the start, and are extrememly excited to see them play The Danforth Music Hall in Toronto on
Kodaline @ Mercury Lounge Thursday January 31st, 2013
Kodaline is not the next Coldplay. They are not the next U2. Last Thursday at 8:37 pm, they carved their own path known as Kodaline.
These lads brought out a mixture of industry looky loos, young beautiful girls swooning over the emotional outpouring of
Some people hold concert experiences dear to them. And I’m not saying this is a bad thing whatsoever, for many of us AMBY writers are concert addicts! This not only goes for us, but also for one of my favourite bands Kodaline. They've been pumping out amazing tunes and concerts