Media Archive

Video Roundup

In case you haven’t been paying attention to our Facebook page or YouTube channel (and shame on you if that’s the case), here’s a few of the recent additions we’ve put up there. We’ve been trawling through our archives — our attic, actually — to dig a few of these out, and some go back a fair few years so apologies for the video and sound quality on some of them. But we hope you enjoy seeing some young versions of familiar faces.

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HELP! on YouTube

Some videos from our last show HELP! — which raised over €850 for ARC Cancer Support — are now available on our YouTube channel. And just to give you a quick sample, here’s From Me To You:

DVDs of the show will be available soon.

Programme From The Very First Concert, April 1998

This is the programme from the very first Salt & Pepper concert, “An Evening With The Beatles,” which was held on 26th April 1998.  Click on a thumbnail to have a closer look, and see how many names you recognise.


Photos: “Millennium Tour” Programme

The front cover of the programme from the band’s “Millennium Tour,” December 1999.

Video: “Moondance”

From the Van Morrison tribute concert “Bright Side of the Road,” held in November 2006, Gaelscoil na Cille, Ashbourne:

Audio: “Never Loved A Man”

From the “Sweet Soul Music” concert in 2003 (or thereabouts).

More videos and music can be found on our YouTube channel.

Photos: First Concert Posters

From deep, deep, deep in the Salt & Pepper Archives, posters from the first and second concerts, held back in April and December 1998.

Click an image to start a slideshow.


Photos: A Few Oldies

A few photos from WAY back (the band’s Millennium Tour in December 1999) which is why some of us look so young.  Most of these pictures are from a video of the show, so apologies for the quality.

Click an image to start a slideshow.

Video: “Don’t Let Me Down”

From our YouTube Channel, the band playing “Don’t Let Me Down” at our most recent concert, “The Beat Goes On”.

Vocals: John Moore/Aoife Kent; Guitars: Kevin Robinson, Conor Carey, Katie Cullen-Geraghty; Keyboard: Alan Kavanagh; Bass: Aimee Byrne; Drums: Barry McLoughlin

Site Update
Sunday May 1, 2011

We’re in the middle of moving our website to a new hosting plan, so you may find a lot of broken links and other things not quite working over the next 24 hours as we wait for things to transfer over.

Thanks for your patience.

Since 1998, Salt & Pepper Lonely Hearts Club Band has been proud to support the following charities and organisations: So far, we have raised over €100,000 for these causes through the kind generosity of those who continue to support us by giving up their time and talent.
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