Cillian Foster (GDC) - Thoughts Of The Man (Zodiac Sessions)

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Acoustic Compilation CD available to buy from Website. *******www.TheZodiacSessions**** *******www.myspace****/thezodiacsessions ***********/thezodiacsessions *******www.bebo****/thezodiacsessions Cillian Foster of Dublin band, G.D.C. playing "Thoughts Of The Man" at the Zodiac Sessions, which is held every Wednesday in Bruxelles Bar of Harry St, Dublin. GRA DON CEOIL (G.D.C.) G.D.C is one of the latest bands to hit the Irish circuit. Cillian Foster previously with Anima, Kayne Simons previously with Aussie three piece Doubled and Mark Cox a well known session Rock Drummer have come together to form the band. Cillian Foster, played with Anima for 7 years playing some of Irelands biggest venues like Vicar Street, Whelans, Sugar Club, Temple Bar Music Centre, The Dra�ocht Theatre, The Civic Theatre, The Helix, Dolans (Limerick), The Everyman Palace (Cork), The Cork Jazz Festival, with some of Irelands most established and respected artists like The Fureys, Aslan, Don Baker, Picturehouse, John Spillane, Maurice Lennon (Stocktons Wing), Finbar Furey, Mark Geary, Brendan O'Shea to name a few. Mark Cox started drumming at 17 in a variety of groups, as a session drummer, & in cover bands, playing rock, funk & blues by the likes of Jimi Hendrix & Rory Gallagher, in a number of venues including Voodoo Lounge, Whelans & Eamonn Dorans. Kayne Simons started playing Bass at the age of 17 as it was the last instrument left to play in a band with friends. Throughout school he played in various jazz ensembles and was able to tour around Australia. In 2000 after finishing school he joined an upcoming band Doubled. In 2004 they released their debut ep before travelling to Ireland to see the irish music scene. It was in Ireland that Kayne met Cillian Foster and Mark Cox which started the beginnings of G.D.C. *******www.myspace****/gdclive *******bebo****/gdcmusic