Robbie Keane and Michael Carrick enjoy singsong in Dublin pub
The footballers went for a few pints in Cassidy’s on Camden Street, where they joined the pub's house band Rake The Ashes for a singsong.
Footballer Michael Carrick was spotted enjoying a night out in Dublin with Robbie Keane over the weekend.
The former Manchester United midfielder and former Republic of Ireland captain went for a few pints in Cassidy’s on Camden Street, where they joined the pub's house band Rake The Ashes for a singsong.
The band shared a snap with the legendary footballers to their Instagram page and said: “Keano and Carrick in last night, great night.”
They also took to their Instagram Stories to post a short clip of Dublin footballer Kevin McManamon playing the guitar and singing for the crowded pub.
Another video taken by someone visiting the popular venue shows Michael Carrick belting out his own version of All These Things That I've Done by The Killers.
Cassidy's and Rake The Ashes have gotten the seal of approval from a host of famous faces in the past.
Welsh rugby referee Nigel Owens said that the band were “one of the best” live acts he’d ever seen when he visited the bar back in 2018.
He said: “Well this is one of the best live bands I've heard. Great night in Dublin listening to the Rake The Ashes in Cassidys Bar in Dublin!
“Big thanks to Chris O'Donnell for letting me join them for a song too."
And global pop superstar Christina Aguilera dropped by the pub ahead of her 3Arena shows in 2019.
She was snapped with Rake The Ashes who were “very proud” to welcome the music icon to their local.
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