The Cabin Collective

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The Cabin Collective
Origin Tuam, County Galway, Ireland
Genres Rock
Years active 2013–present
Associated acts The Saw Doctors
Website TheCabinCollective.com
Members Keith Mullins
Noelie McDonnell
Larry Kelly
Dave Clancy
Éimhín Cradock
Michael Coen
Rickie O'Neill
Leo Moran
Anthony Thistlethwaite

The Cabin Collective is an Irish country-rock band formed in Tuam, Galway in 2013. The band, which takes its name from the Scandinavian-style log cabin where they rehearse, was formed as a result of a fellow Tuam band, The Saw Doctors, taking a temporary break. During that break, three members of the Saw Doctors – Moran, O'Neill, and Thistlethwaite - joined with fellow Galway musicians (including Keith Mullins, a regular support act of the Saw Doctors, and former Saw Doctors drummer Eímhín Cradock).

The band played their debut live gig on April 26, 2013, at An Taibhdhearc as part of the Cúirt Festival.[1] Earlier that week, they appeared on The Late Late Show, playing an updated version of Keith Mullins' song "Lines Are Fading".

The band released their second single Marrakech on November 1, 2013.[2]

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