Search Results for 'Adrian Crowley'

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What is that singer’s favourite book?

FROM THE lieder tradition in Germany to bands like Iron Maiden setting Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s ‘The Rime of The Ancient Mariner’ to music, there has long been a connection between literature and song.

Adrian Crowley plays Róisín Dubh

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BORN IN Malta, raised in Galway, based in Dublin, and winner of the Choice Music Prize, singer-songwriter Adrian Crowley plays the Róisín Dubh tomorrow.

Julie Feeney - awards and nominations

ATHENRY VOCALIST/composer Julie Feeney has seen 2013 get off to a great start with her latest album Clocks being nominated for and winning prestigious Irish awards.

Adrian Crowley to play Róisín Dubh

ADRIAN CROWLEY is originally from Bearna and moved to Dublin in the early 1990s. For years he quietly worked away at this music, but now he stands on the cusp of great things.

Galway acts to perform at Choice Awards

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Athenry vocalist/ composer Julie Feeney, Barna’s Adrian Crowley, and Dark Room Notes, two of whose members come from Galway, will perform at the fifth annual Choice Music Prize awards next month.

Steve Albini to bring Shellac to the Róisín Dubh

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STEVE ALBINI must rank as one of the most significant figures in rock music over the last 30 years. Through his own bands like Big Black and in his production work he has shaped and brought to life countless important alternative music albums.

Adrian Crowley to release new album in 2009

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ADRIAN CROWLEY, the acclaimed singer-songwriter who originally hails from Barna, Co Galway, will release his new album in April.

Adrian Crowley’s musical season sparks into life with new album

“MUSIC WAS always there in some form but only gradually asserted itself on me.” So says Galway born singer-songwriter Adrian Crowley as he prepares to release his fifth album Season Of The Sparks and plays a homecoming concert at Strange Brew in the Róisín Dubh tonight at 9pm.

Proust Questionnaire

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Low to strike up a cord in St Canice’s Cathedral

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If you are looking to venture towards something different on the music scene at this year’s Kilkenny Arts Festival - maybe Low from the ‘Wired’ programme might just be the sauce for you.

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