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It’s that time of the year again when the pubs, hotels, restaurants, churches and streets of Westport come alive with the sound of old-time and bluegrass music
BORN AND raised in Atlanta, Georgia, with a soul and sound yearning for the mountains and music of Appalachia, and the hard work put in on the streets of New Orleans - this is Rising Appalachia.
HAILING FROM the Willamette valley in Oregon, True North combine traditional bluegrass instrumentation with fat harmonies and folk-edged songwriting.
4 MEN and a Bass, featuring leading Galway folk and Americana musicians, make a welcome return to Monroe’s Side Bar, where they play a free gig this Sunday at 11pm.
Westport folk and bluegrass festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month and it promises to be the biggest festival to date. Seventeen of the best local, national, and international folk and bluegrass acts will play in 11 different venues around the town over the weekend.
Westport Folk and Bluegrass Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
THE LOCUST Honey String Band, the North Carolina-formed, Nashville-based old-time/bluegrass trio, who embody "American roots music at its best” according to The Irish Post, are coming to Galway.
BLUEGRASS FUSED harmonies, with a soulful, rock'n'roll,beat, will be heard in Monroe’s Backstage Bar on Sunday April 3, when Galway's 4 Men and a Bass take to the stage.
A NIGHT of bluegrass fused harmonies awaits at Monroe's Backstage Bar when 4 Men and a Bass play on Sunday February 7 at 11pm.
MONROE'S LIVE is the place to be next Thursday as We Banjo 3 and Four Men and a Dog team up to see in the New Year in high style with an epic night of scintillating music and song. It will be a rare chance for Galway audiences to catch We Banjo 3 live this year as they are in huge demand internationally.