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Limerick DJ Nicky Woulfe Presents Some of His Favourite Records

Limerick DJ Nicky Woulfe Presents Some of His Favourite Records – Nicky Woulfe pictured with Cream’s Disraeli Gears. Picture: Jordan Mac Cormaic/ilovelimerick

Limerick DJ Nicky Woulfe Presents Some of his Favourite Records.

By I Love Limerick Correspondent Jordan Mac Cormaic

Nicky Woulfe recently held a discussion and presentation about his 40-year music career and his lifelong love of vinyl.




Nicky Woulfe has been part of the nightlife and entertainment scene in Limerick and the Mid-West for 40 years this year, and has played in all of Limericks’ night clubs which have included Fernando’s, Tropics, Jack Burkes, Eastwoods, The Basement, Teds, and The Shannon Arms.

Nicky Woulfe has been a collector of music and music memorabilia all his life and has now built up one of the largest record collections in the country. He showed off some his original copies of legendary vinyls such as The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club and Disraeli Gears by Cream.

Nicky went through the musical history of the 60’s all the way up to the late 80’s playing some of his favourite tracks from the decade’s most famous acts.

Speaking at the event Nicky said: “I’ve been collecting records for over 40 years and vinyl has been a huge part of my life not only in the commercial sense but in memorabilia. Back when you couldn’t download all of your music vinyls were a hugely important product.”

Nicky had a regular Saturday night residency at the White House Bar for the past 12 years, playing all the classic hits which were hugely popular, attracting a dedicated and new audience. Recently he has been part of the team at Dolans Warehouse where he continued to play the classic hits on a Saturday night.

He has also played many venues throughout the Munster Region over this time and promoted some of Ireland’s top live acts, which have included Mary Black, Hothouse Flowers, Aslan, The Blades, Mary Coughlan the Fleadh Cowboys and the International Blues Band to name just a selection.

Nicky is currently working on a project to have Ireland’s largest Music Memories and Memorabilia Visitor centre based in Limerick, to bring audiences on another memorable music journey back in time.

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