Rhatigan

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Rhatigan is the folk/punk/indie/rock/pop band led by former Stock Aitken and Waterman backing singer, turned Irish singer songwriter, Suzanne Rhatigan. Featuring John Morrison (who also played in Hefner on bass guitar) and Brynn Burrows (later replaced by Sean Murphy) on drums.

The band had a four year residency at London's 12 Bar Club and Suzanne Rhatigan's night attracted many small bands early in their development, such as The Kings Of Convenience, The Clientele, Hefner, and Turin Brakes.

In 2012, their song "Me" was covered by former collaborator Antony Harding for the Audio Antihero charity album "Some.Alternate.Universe. for FSID". [1] [2]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Late Developer (1995) Org
  • Big Stick mini-album (1998) Cushy Productions

Singles, EPs[edit]

  • Split EP with Pura Vida (1996) Org
  • "Happy" (1996) Org
  • DIY CD EP (1999) Cushy Productions

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