Cork based Alternative Rockers Paradox are back at the Crane Lane Theatre for a 5th year in a row playing a full set of Nirvana tunes in memory of Kurt Cobain who passed away 25 years ago this April.
What started as a once off event in 2014 to mark the 20th anniversary of Kurt Cobain has now turned into a regular event due to the success and popularity of the shows.
Paradox were originally formed in 1997 by brothers Pete and Mike Mac. The early Paradox sound was heavily influenced by the Grunge Era of the 90's. The band has shaped and evolved their sound over the years while still maintaining their Alternative Rock sound.
Paradox have released 4 studio albums to date. Their debut
album 'Circle of Growth' was recorded in Los Angeles in 2000 and
released on a US label. Their second album 'Sacred' was recorded and
released in 2004, 'Corporate Pollution' was released in 2011 and their
latest album 'Chapters' released in 2015. The band recently launched a new single and music video for track 'All Life Matters' which has been gaining momentum since its release including national Irish radio airplay on both 2fm and Today FM. A music video was also shot for the track which won 'best music video' at the Disappear Here Film Festival 2018 and was nominated at the Indie Cork Film Festival and the Kerry Film Festival.
Although the music of Paradox has varied over the years their roots lie in the Grunge Era of the 90s which all started with the music of Nirvana.
Join Paradox at the Crane Lane Theatre on Sat. April 6th as they remember Nirvana's music and legacy for the 25 year anniversary of Kurt Cobain playing some Nirvana classics and many more.