Festivals are coming!

by admin on April 8, 2014

Light Colour Sound

We have just been confirmed to play the Light Colour Festival in June in Kilkenny! Great vibe a coming.

2 New Songs Listen here

by admin on January 10, 2014

We have just uploaded two new songs……

Plasters- A song about a homeless man who finds an old newspaper on the street. So down on his luck he has no food, no bed, no friends, no family left and no idea what day it is. he investigates the paper to pass the time. The faded news paper has a date on the top right corner that he realizes is same day as his little girls birthday he has not seen in years. Did we mention it was raining? ( UN MASTERED)

Bruce Lee Movie- We describe the first 4 min of Fists of Furry the greatest Chinese drama of all times. (UN MASTERED)

Both song where written when Dan Shanahan was in Ireland writing songs with us. He will always be Amazing Dan.





The Dolphin Dance

Bruce lee Movie

by admin on January 6, 2014

Hey everyone! It is finally recorded! Cha Cha! Bruce Lee Movie! Have a listen and see you Cha Cha soon!

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New Songs

by admin on November 8, 2013

Yes guys!

We have a few new songs that we have been working on….

One about the guy John Marvel Parson who invented the engine that NASA uses to go up into space.


970064_10151670988064660_1718667684_nLegendary activist and Flipper trainer is flying over from E.U Dolphin convention to support local band The Amazing Few at their single launch of ” Ric O’ Barry”

Dublin Pride
Merrion Square
Saturday 29th 5:30 pm

“Ric O’ Barry”
The Amazing Few

The newest single from Dublin based Psycho-Pop band The Amazing Few, “Ric O’ Barry “ is a song inspired entirely by the Oscar award-winning documentary “The Cove”.Named after Ric O’Barry, the man who trained Flipper to be a star, the single will be launched on June 29th with a performance at the Pride Festival in Merrion Square. Ric O’ Barry himself will be flying in for the occasion to meet and watch his favourite Irish band in action.

The Story
Working back in the 1960s for Miami Seaquarium, O’Barry captured and trained dolphins, including the five dolphins who played the role of Flipper in the popular American TV-series of the same name. When Kathy, the dolphin who primarily played Flipper most of the time, died in his arms, OʼBarry realized that capturing dolphins and training them to perform silly tricks is simply wrong. From that moment on, Ric knew he must rededicate himself to a new cause.

Ric now saves dolphins from cruelty, dolphinariums, and any form of captivity.
The Amazing Few play Psycho-Pop, a unique form of story telling that encompasses elements of Ska, Punk, and Anti-Folk. This 11 piece group of like-minded individuals, have been collected over the course of the last four years. The songs are expressive and explosive. Ric O’ Barry will be the 3rd release from the band and all profits from the sale of the single will go straight to the foundation Ric set up, Dolphin Project.
“Ric has inspired and educated so many people around the world to change habits, create safe habitats and break traditions. When we first watched the Cove we where gob smacked by the story of Ric O’ Barry, Flipper and the whole marine animal industry, the song just came out, it was something we felt strongly. The more we have got to know Ric the more we realized his work was so important and to give his foundation The Dolphin Project all the profits from the sale of the single seemed obvious.“ Keiron Black lead singer in The Amazing Few

Be sure to catch the band live at next weekends Pride festival on Saturday 5:30 main stage in Merrion Square, KnockanStockan main stage and Body and Soul @ Electric Picnic

Buy the song here!



by admin on February 4, 2013



Cork Jazz Festival

by admin on September 25, 2012

We have just been confirmed for the Cork Jazz Cork Festival…
Very good stuff! Hope you find it!


by admin on September 11, 2012

From crowd!

From the stage

We had a great time. 2000 people dancing like Dolphins for Ric O Barry!
Tank you TEDX and the wonderful people who had fun. It was a great buzz…