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THE UKULELE Orchestra of Great Britain, the world renowned all-singing, all-plucking, devotees to the tiny four stringed instrument, celebrated for their covers of 'Bohemian Rhapsody', 'Smells Like Teen Spirit', and 'Pinball Wizard', are coming to Galway.
AWARD WINNING Belfast short story writer, Paul McVeigh will be the main reader at the next Over The Edge: Open Reading in the Galway City Library on Thursday May 26 at 6.30pm.
"I'M 21 today, 21 today! I've got the key of the door, never been 21 before, and Pa says I can do as I like, so shout, 'Hip Hip Hooray!'" goes the old music hall classic and one The Nualas could sing on their current tour.
"LIKE EARLY Beefheart meets Add N To X" is how Belfast duo Exmagician describe their music, and Galway has a chance to hear that claim up close and personal when the band play the Róisín Dubh.
BRIAN DEADY has been declared Ireland's "new soul star," by The Irish Times and "our favourite act in Ireland” by no less a legend than Nile Rodgers of Chic. Clearly this is an artist on the rise.
TWO OF Galway's finest singer-songwriters - Ultan Conlon and Eoin Dolan - will be among the headline acts at the Citóg nights taking place in the Róisín Dubh across February, which will also feature punk, indie, prog, and folk.
THE IRISH debut of Dutch baritone Henk Neven takes place in NUI Galway's Aula Maxima on Thursday February 4 at 8pm, where he will perform songs by Mendelssohn, Schuman, Ibert, and Ravel.
LIAM Ó MAONLAÍ, a first rate sean nós singer, Kevin Burke, a legendary fiddle player, and virtuoso multi-instrumentalist Tim Edey, play the Station House Theatre, Clifden, on Monday January 25 at 8pm.
THE HENRY Girls, who have won renown for what Songlines magazine calls their "graceful harmonies, charming vocals, and elegant musicianship", return to Monroe's Live on Wednesday January 20 at 8pm.
The brilliant Chris Wood performs at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday, November 26 at 8pm. Dubbed “the renaissance man of English folk” by no less than The Irish Times, Chris Wood is one of England’s most vivid and arresting song writers, weaving the tradition with his own contemporary parables.