|LIMERICK||1989 - 199x|
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A Touch Of Oliver was a Limerick-based band. The group came together in 1989 with a lineup of Diarmuid O'Sullivan [Vocals & Guitar], Hugh Mulqueen [Lead Guitar & Backing Vocals], Brian Corr [Bass Guitar, Keyboards & Backing Vocals] and Willie Banks [Drums]. An early 5-track demo came to the attention of fellow Limerick man, Tom Prendergast who, subsequently, signed the band. In 1991, the quartet recorded a Fanning Session for 2FM. That sesssion included 'Candy Bottle Green', 'Mind Bomb Trial', 'Golden Valley Reserve' and 'Boulder Dust'. Some of these tracks would later appear on the band's self-titled debut album which followed in 1993. That collection also included the track 'Carousel' which featured guest vocals from Dolores O'Riordan [The Cranberries].
Little is known about the band since the release of that album.
Diarmuid O'Sullivan [Vocals & Guitar], Hugh Mulqueen [Lead Guitar & Backing Vocals], Brian Corr [Bass Guitar, Keyboards & Backing Vocals], Willie Banks [Drums]
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