Late 80s Dublin band who played just a few gigs around town circa 1987-89, including the Earl Grattan supporting At Gunpoint. The Moolah Babies played what's now called alt-country, indie with a touch of country rock, influenced by REM (they covered 'Talk about the Passion' in their live set) and of course the Stars of Heaven. Their set also included band originals such as 'The Girl Upstairs'.
Brian Kenealy was later in the under-rated Engine Alley Paul Deegan played in an early incarnation of The Harvest Ministers
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