Flogging Molly @ The Tabernacle, February 15

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Review and Photos By: Hillery Terenzi

After dealing with Snowpocalypse 2.0 aka “Atlantartica”, it was nice to see die hard Flogging Molly fans come out for the final go round of the Green 17 tour on Saturday night at the Tabernacle. Florida-based punk band, The Attack was first on stage, followed by The Drowning Men, who are longtime touring buddies of Flogging Molly. Both bands warmed up the crowd with punk tunes and the haunting sounds of a Theremin.

Singer, Dave King, started the night out by giving a Guinness toast and announced that since this was the last Green 17 tour, they would be playing songs that they haven’t played in years. Flogging Molly was very happy to start out the tour in Atlanta but had a bad feeling it was going to be all downhill from here. King even asked if the ATL crowd could come on tour with them for the next thirteen weeks.

The band played all their classic hits like “Drunken Lullabies”, “Paddy’s Lament”, and “Devil’s Dance Floor” as well as “Rise Up” which had never been played live. If you’ve never been to a Flogging Molly concert before, you are totally missing out. This band loves what they do and are loyal to their fans. King announced that yes this would be their last Green 17 tour but they will never stop playing. After this tour, the band will be back in the studio to work on their next album which should be released in 2015.


1. Screaming at the Wailing Wall
2. Paddy’s Lament
3. Every Dog Has Its Day
4. Revolution
5. Whistles the Wind
6. Drunken Lullabies
7. Life in a Tenement Square
8. Saints & Sinners
9. Requiem for a Dying Song
10. The Son Never Shines
11. This Present State of Grace
12. Us of Lesser Gods
13. Tobacco Island
14. Rare Old Times
15. Devil’s Dance Floor
16. The Likes of You Again
17. Float
18. Salty Dog
19. What’s Left of the Flag
20. Rise Up


21. Black Friday Rule
22. The Seven Deadly Sins
23. If I Ever Leave This World Alive

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