Aertv is supporting independent Irish music by live streaming the Hard Working Class Heroes Festival for a second year on October 4th - 6th.
What does HWCH stand for?
HWCH stands for Hard Working Class Heroes (music website; Ireland)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The very best up and coming Irish musicians get ready to dust of their guitars and plug in their amps as the Hard Working Class Heroes festival returns this weekend.
Byline: SUZANNE KERINS WE'VE always know that singer Mundy was one of life's good guys - but now the chart-topper has pulled out all the stops to perform at the Hard Working Class Heroes Festival next weekend.
Byline: SUZANNE KERINS DUBLIN band Mainline proved to be the star attraction at the launch of the Hard Working Class Heroes festival in Dublin on Tuesday.
And it was actually at Hard Working Class Heroes last year that they unexpectedly got what they had been looking for.
There is only one week left for bands to apply for this year's Hard Working Class Heroes Festival which takes place on 7/8/9th October in Dublin's Temple Bar Area.
Byline: MAEVE QUIGLEY & DEMELZA de BURCA It's that time of year again when hundreds of bands flock to Dublin for the annual Hard Working Class Heroes festival.
Well, I'm lucky enough to be playing the Hard Working Class Heroes Festival this Friday in the Twisted Pepper (I go on at 9pm) and then I've been asked to support Calvin Harris at The Academy on November 6.