Moore News Blog

Could Fundraising Tees Help Makeup for Postponed Shows?

We sure hope so!  With a new teeshirt fundraising campaign underway, with a target of 1200 teeshirts sold will guarantee stage 1 constuction of Gary's Belfast statue to commence.  It is hoped the teeshirt sales will help makup for the postponed 2020 fundraising shows...

New Dates Announced for Gig for Gary 2021

While live music around the world has been put on hold since March 2020, the Gary Moore Belfast statue fundraising shows were caught up in the midst and have been postponed until April 2021. The Belfast Empire show is confirmed for Friday April 16th 2021, and The...

Gary at Billboard No.1 !

Congratulations Gary.  Tears of happiness here so proud of you!  Billboard No.1 album for Blues for the week of Feb 15th 2020!  We will raise your statute in Belfast.  Gig for Gary 2020 will guarantee the funds for stage 1 construction to commence.  Tickets now on...

Fundraising Update for 2020

Fundraising Update for 2020

By Alex McGreevy. sonof71.comThe campaign to erect a statue of rock and blues guitar legend Gary more in his native Belfast, will take a step closer next Spring with two dedicated ‘Gig for Gary’ shows in Belfast and Dublin on the same weekend. Moore, one of the most...

New Thin Lizzy Postage Stamps feature Black Rose Album

By Alex McGreevy, October 4th 2019 Patricia Moore, the youngest sister of Irish rock and blues guitar legend Gary, has given her seal of approval on the Irish Post Office (An Post) issue of two commemorative Thin Lizzy stamps this week. The stamps, marking fifty years...

Patricia Meets with Sculpture Artist Sean McCarthy in Cork

Patricia Meets with Sculpture Artist Sean McCarthy in Cork

Patricia and I were delighted to meet with the very talented sculpture artist Sean McCarthy yesterday at the National Sculpture Factory in Cork City, Ireland to talk about his work and vision for Gary's statue in Belfast.  Sean estimates the statue cost at €75,000...