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HARD DRIVING acoustic blues band One Horse Pony will make their Galway debut when they play Kelly's Bridge Street, tomorrow night.
GET BOOGIE! is the name of a new clubnight for Galway, and it kicks off tomorrow from 11pm in The Factory on Abbeygate Street.
FRESH FROM his return from Poland’s Suwalki Blues Festival and the launch of his new solo album Float Your Blues Away, gifted guitarist Tom Portman is back in Galway.
THE AUSSIE Blues Band, or Finn as they are also known, play The Quays Music Hall this Sunday from 7pm.
The Last Waltz was an outstanding rock documentary of the last concert by The Band. Veteran director Martin Scorsese chronicles the most legendary night in rock history. It started as a concert and became a celebration as an unparalleled lineup of rock superstars -- including Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, Eric Clapton, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Neil Diamond and Muddy Waters -- take the stage for The Band's 1976 farewell performance.
Rory Gallagher is remembered at The Stables Bar, Mullingar this Sunday March 31 in a manner he no doubt would have wanted, by a tribute performance from a class band that celebrates his legendary status through many of his best known and fondly covered classic rock/blues covers.
MOST SINGERS are lucky to make it beyond a handful of gigs, a few more are lucky to get something recorded. Only a handful get to sing a song that becomes a classic.
IN THE late sixties they played expressive blues and paved the way for heavy metal. In the seventies and eighties they were globe gobbling pop superstars.
MARCUS CONNAUGHTON, the broadcaster, writer, and an authority on blues music, will give a talk about Rory Gallagher in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop next week.
TOM PORTMAN, the gifted guitarist, and his band, will take to the stage of Monroe’s Backstage Bar next Wednesday at 10pm.