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Mollusk - Niall Murphy's other band to headline Citóg

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NIALL MURPHY is best known as the leader, vocalist, and songwriter of the great Tuam indie-punk band Oh Boland, but he is hitting such a purple patch these days he needs a second band to explore a different side to his creativity.

Voice of Ireland’s Brendan McCahey @ Monroe’s Live

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BRENDAN MCCAHEY, the 2014 Voice of Ireland winner takes to the stage of Monroe’s Live this Sunday at 8pm, as part of his current Irish tour.

Planet of sound

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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds - Chasing Yesterday (Sour Mash)

Album reviews: Noel Gallagher and Dr Feelgood

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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds - Chasing Yesterday (Sour Mash)

The Strypes - return of R&B's raucous young men

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THE STRYPES are four Cavan teens who play blues and r’n’b with a cocksure swagger and energy not seen in Ireland since Van Morrison and Them tore up club stages in Belfast.

The Strypes to play festival Big Top

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The Strypes, the Cavan blues and r’n’b band who have won the admiration of Dave Grohl and Elton John, will play the Galway Arts Festival Big Top next month.

Eric Bell - adventures of a Belfast blues man

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WERE IT not for Eric Bell, Thin Lizzy may never have happened. It was the Belfastman’s idea to form the band and an imporpmtu meeting after a gig in Dublin convinced Phil Lynott that Bell’s idea was a good one.

Thin Lizzy guitarist to play Monroe’s Live

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THE GRACEFUL, melodic solo on ‘Whiskey In The Jar’; the searing, blistering guitar lines on ‘Black Boys On The Corner’; and the wah-wah drenched funk of ‘Ray-Gun’. This is the sound of Eric Bell.

The Nitty Gritty - vintage music for today’s people

THE NITTY Gritty, the DJ night of northern soul, funk, 50s rock’n’roll, rockabilly, swing, ska and R&B, and jump blues, has returned and hits Monroe’s Backstage Bar on Friday October 14 at 11pm.

Rockabilly - the second American revolution

ELVIS PRESLEY and his friends Scotty Moore and Bill Black were in Sun Studios in July 1954 recording some tracks. During some down time they started “goofing around” with a tune called ‘That’s All Right (Mama)’.

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