BBC Radio coming up!

Really excited to say that Rob will be on the Radio twice before the end of October. He recently recorded an interview with the legend Ricky Ross for a Radio2 documentary on More »

Album Launch Date Set

Excited to announce details of the CD Launch gig in Coventry. It’s a full band show with some stunning musicians with all money raised going to the CJC drop-in centre. With special More »

 

Category Archives: After The Fire

Mainstage, Mud and Nice Guitars

Here’s the first time I’ve had a chance to sit down and write an update for over a month. Ironically I’m finding this time while I’m engrossed in recording the next album, so I guess I should be focussed on that but

Album Launch

On 21st October Rob will be playing at the Forum in Manchester with After the Fire in a gig launching the brand new live album ‘One Rule’. The double CD includes live sets from ATF and fellow early Greenbelters, The

ONE RULE! New Live Recording

A new recording by After The Fire with Rob on vocals has been release. Currently available as a download album, the CD will be out at the end of september  with all proceeds going to the Dalit people of India.

Press Release – The 2Feet Project

DATE: Friday 5 November 2010 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Coventry singer-songwriter Rob Halligan is launching a new fundraising challenge in support of city charity Global Care later this month. Rob – a long-time supporter of the charity – aims to raise

After the Fire and a 70’s GreenBelt Reunion

Rob will be playing with After the Fire as they join The Bill Mason Band for a night of legendary music in aid of the Dalit people of India via Life Association

Incoming!

We’ve added a number of gigs to Rob’s diary over the next few months including a return to the Stables in Milton Keynes and a night at the Warwick Arts Centre. Over the next four months Rob will be travelling

After The Fire Tour Dates announced

Rob will be on the road with After the Fire again this Autumn with six dates across the UK. Robis the current singer with the 80’s hitmakers, known for their synth driven power-pop tracks such as One Rule, Lazer Love