Finny McConnell & Al Nolan To Feature In The Queen Is Dead Doc: Airing Fri.Oct.15th, 2021 (By Ants)
Updated: Oct 13, 2021
(Above ; Al Nolan - Anthony Donnelly - Finny McConnell)
In come the Irish Punks.....
Finny McConnell & Al Nolan to feature in The Queen Is Dead Documentary
If you managed to catch our 1st episode of
Taking It To The Streets
we hope you enjoyed the production.
Our team here at Black Donnelly Media is presenting our 2nd episode
“The Queen Is Dead”
The Doc will feature 2 parts
PART 1 : THE MUSIC (Premiering Friday October the 15th ,2021)
Part 2 THE DOWNFALL & CLOSURES OF BUSINESSES (coming soon)
Our aim is to document the history of The Queen Street West neighbourhood
with the downfall & closures of businesses, clubs & culture
through speaking with owners, artists, local residents, and organisations
& let the people tell the story of how…..
The Queen Is Dead.
Singer Songwriter of The Mahones
World renowned Irish Canadian Punk Outfit
The Mahones were formed in 1990 by Dublin-born Finny McConnell, The Mahones have released Twenty One albums
The Mahones’ music has appeared in several major films. They co-wrote and recorded the title track for the 1996 film Celtic Pride. Their song "100 Bucks" was featured in the 1998 film Dog Park. Their song "Paint The Town Red 2010" was featured in the climactic final fight scene of the 2010 film The Fighter. Their song "A Little Bit of Love" is in the 2011 film Irvine Welsh's Ecstasy.
The Mahones were nominated Best Punk Band at the Sirius XM Indie Awards., In 2012, The Mahones' album The Black Irish won the Independent Music Award for Best Punk Album, and Angels & Devils won Paddy Rock Radio's album of the year, as well as Vandala Concepts' album of the year.
Singer Songwriter for The Almighty Trigger Happy
Owner of Cursed Blessings Records
The Bovine Sex Club & The Horseshoe Tavern team member
You can’t talk about Canadian punk rock without mentioning Almighty Trigger Happy. Originating from Toronto, Ontario and formed in 1991, the band made a huge mark in the 90’s punk rock scene, not only in Canada but across the globe. With 6 releases under their belts, they are best known for their albums “I’ll Shut Up When You Fuck Off” (1997 – Bad Taste Records) and “I Hate Us” (1999 – Bad Taste Records).
Although the inter-web states the band ended in 1999, with a reunion in 2004, the band are still very much alive-and-well and ripping stages across Ontario. Almighty Trigger Happy has not yet finished writing the history books of Canadian punk!
Lead singer of the Toronto Hard core Punk Band Trigger Happy
Trigger Happy have released 5 full length albums, 1 re-released full length, 2 split records and were featured on several compilations.
Featuring the best of Indie punk, hardcore and metal bands & other Genre's from Canada and the USA!
We are proud to announce that
Will be making a feature appearance on the documentary.
We look forward to showing you what the wonderful world of
The Queen Street West Neighbourhood looks like
through his eyes, along with a great lineup of guests that all play a pivotal role
in the Queen Street West community.
There will also be a fantastic soundtrack compiled by local indie artists
we will be posting on the documentary’s web page
Premiering ~Friday October the 15th 2021~
For anyone that has not yet viewed our 1st episode
Simply click the picture below & view it for yourself at your own leisure
to check out the credits & the soundtrack that has been
compiled of independent artists.
HOST / WRITER / PRODUCER
EDITOR / PRODUCER
BRANDING ART DIRECTOR
WE HOPE YOU JOIN US FOR THE OFFICIAL RELEASE
FRIDAY OCTOBER 15TH, 2021
To join the Facebook Group Page Click The Picture Below
~MAY GOOD JUJU FIND YOU~