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MUSIC: Pretty good show for Dublin dance master

Sunday, 12th November, 2017 10:00am
MUSIC: Pretty good show for Dublin dance master

DJ John Gibbons

MUSIC: Pretty good show for Dublin dance master

DJ John Gibbons

AFTER his massive hit ‘Pretty Young Thing’ and a sold-out Academy show, John Gibbons returns for his biggest headline show yet in 2018 when he takes the stage at the Olympia Theatre on April 2.

Fast establishing himself as one of the leading faces in dance music around the world, John Gibbons has returned once again with yet another infectious new single, ‘Sunglasses In The Rain’, that will no doubt have its hook ingrained in your head after the first listen. 

 Produced and co-written alongside Digital Farm Animals (Dua Lipa, Louis Tomlinson), Vertue (Alan Walker, Cazzette) and Bless Beats (Jess Glynne, Tinie Tempah), ‘Sunglasses In The Rain’ is the perfect soundtrack to ease you out of those post summer blues and get you geared up and ready for the Christmas party season. 

His previous two singles, ‘Would I Lie To You’ and ‘PYT (Pretty Young Thing)’ have both been certified silver in the UK with the latter becoming a staple on BBC Radio 1’s ‘Dance Anthems’ as well as a number one on the UK Club Charts. 

‘PYT’ also hit the top 10 in Ireland, is currently riding high in Australia having hit number one on Shazam and is rapidly climbing Spotify as well as becoming a summer smash across Europe. 

 The success of his previous singles, which has seen him amass over 70 million streams on Spotify to date, has also led to John Gibbons being invited to support a variety of artists, including Justin Bieber at his Dublin stadium show, Tiesto, Calvin Harris and David Guetta, among others, as well as being asked to remix tracks for the likes of Anne-Marie, Olly Murs and more. 

John Gibbon’s debut headline show in October in his hometown of Dublin sold out in under one hour at the 1,000 capacity Academy. 

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