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The Gods of Rock have listened to our prayers.

After selling out their Whelan's show, which is scheduled for Thursday, 6 December, The Blizzards have now announced a SECOND show for Friday 7 December. Thank the Lord for that.

The Blizzards vs Tebi Rex are releasing the second single I Need A Win from their upcoming full-length album next week, and lucky for us it will be available across all digital platforms.


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Diverse Irish hip-hop youngsters Tebi Rex collaborate with rockers The Blizzards to create one of the biggest feel-good tracks of the year.

The band have come back with a bang in 2016, now bringing us their first studio album in a decade, due this Autumn. WE CANNOT WAIT.

It's sure to be unreal, so you'd be mad to miss them at Whelan's showing us why they remain one of Ireland's biggest bands.


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I Need A Win  is out everywhere now.

Tickets on sale now – €22.90 from Ticketmaster

Doors open at 8.00pm, and the gig is for over 18s only.

GET 'EM ASAP, FOLKS. We all want to stare at Bressie while listening to sweet sweet tunes, let's get real.


For anyone heading to the Indiependence Festival this year, get ready to go on a nostalgic rollercoaster.

The Blizzards are making their comeback as frontman Bressie is getting ready to take to the stage at the music and arts festival. The line up was announced yesterday with The Kooks, Bell X1, Hudson Taylor and The Strypes will all be there, too.

It's been about seven years since The Blizzards broke up and while Bressie has been best known for his role of judge on The Voice, he's set to turn back into the rockstar we all know and love him for.

Tickets for the festival are available here, and are priced between €99 and €199. 



The Blizzards were great you guys. 

Who can forget such tunes as Fantasy and Trust Me I'm a Doctor all delivered in the dulcet tones of the ever hunky Niall Breslin, more formally known as Bressie. 

Despite their popularity and promise, we only got two albums from the Blizzards which is obviously not even close to enough. 

Despite officially breaking up in 2009, the five-piece announced via social media that they were planning a little reunion and some new releases by the sounds of things. 

That sounds VERY promising. 

Speaking to the Irish Mirror back in January, the 34-year-old Mullingar native said he would love for the Blizzards to get back in the studio together. 

"I am completely open to it – I’d like it to happen naturally as we all still remain really close friends."

"When we took a break we always said unless the five of us are absolutely hungry for this then we won’t do it. I would never go back with three or four – it has to be the five of us."

Bring it on. 

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