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TWO OF Ireland's leading emerging bands, Wild Youth and Galway's Rofi James, play Monroe's on Thursday September 27 at 9pm at a show presented by the GMIT Students Union.
AT FIRST it was a concert, then a film of the concert, now it is a concert of the film! The Last Waltz, Martin Scorsese's celebrated documentary of the final concert by The Band, will be re-created in Galway.
THE PROGIDY, a live tribute act to the British electro/dance legends The Prodigy, play Monroe's on Friday September 21 at 9pm.
OWEN COLGAN of the Hardy Bucks is fascinated by the American wrestler and actor Ronda Rousey, and she, and other topics, will be discussed in the man's new stand-up solo show.
Sherry FitzGerald brings to the market No 16 Cnoc na Ri for sale by private treaty. This is a new and substantial semidetached family home located in a new development of only 16 houses and finished in 2017. The house is situated in a quiet cul de sac to the rear of the development, off the main road, overlooking a central green and not overlooked to the rear. Cnoc na Ri was built by King Construction in 2016/2017 and provides high quality modern A-rated homes.
"STYLISTICALLY PERCHED between classic U2 and The Killers, State Lights songs are made for radio." So said Golden Plec about the rising Irish band who are playing Monroe's Live.
THEY HAVE been called "Manchester's finest emerging talents" by TJEvents, and sound "as if they have something mighty brewing. Who knows how big it could be if they manage to let it out", according to Chris Long at BBC Manchester.
HER MOTHER did not want her "hanging around the streets", so "if you’re spending all your time indoors, what else is a music-mad kid gonna do with her time except learn to play an instrument?”
JAKE CARTER, the younger brother of Irish country music sensation Nathan Carter, has just released his new EP Three Things, and is coming to play Galway as part of his current Irish tour.
ON OCTOBER 14 1996, an Offaly singer-songwriter going by the name of Mundy released his debut album, Jelly Legs, on Epic Records, a subsidiary of Sony. It won critical praise and sold 60,000 copies around the world.