Music: Black 47

Next month, after 25 years of cultivating a large and loyal fanbase with its socially/politically conscious, Irish-flavored Rock sound and energized live shows, New York City’s Black 47 will disband.

Next month, after 25 years of cultivating a large and loyal fanbase with its socially/politically conscious, Irish-flavored Rock sound and energized live shows, New York City’s Black 47 will disband. But before the members (led by Irish playwright/author Larry Kirwan) go their separate ways, the group is hitting the road for one last go-around. In March, Black 47 released its final album, appropriately titled Last Call, and more recently issued the compilation Rise Up, featuring 15 band favorites and rarities culled from the past quarter century of the group’s releases. 


7 p.m. Thursday. $25; $28 day of show. Irish Heritage Center of Cincinnati, 3905 Eastern Ave., Columbia-Tusculum, irishcenterofcincinnati.com.

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