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Following their recent sell out performance at The Olympia Theatre in Dublin, The Riptide Movement come to the west for a very special intimate show in the Ruby Room on Friday, May 10. Dublin rock quartet the Riptide Movement are renowned for their phenomenal live shows, filling out venues and rocking out festivals all over Europe, they have toured Germany, Russia, France, India and the UK, supported Bon Jovi and Bob Dylan, and have been a regular feature on all the major Irish festivals over the past three years.
MARY GAUTHIER, one of the leading Americana singer-songwriters, is coming to Monroe’s Live on Friday May 3 at 8.30pm.
LED BY New Jersey singer-songwriter Wade Lynch, Vinnie’s TV play folk/roots rock inspired by Gram Parsons, Bob Dylan, and Nick Drake.
GALWAY BORN, London based, singer-songwriter Julie Hawk will play a hometown show in the Róisín Dubh this Sunday at 9pm.
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.
GALWAY FIVE-piece Vickers Vimy take their name from the aircraft in which Alcock and Brown made the first transatlantic flight. Their music also spans the Atlantic in its influences, exuding a warm and mellow flavour of rootsy Americana.
Dubbed the most defiant band in aeons, playing rock ‘n’ roll, The Riptide Movement rock quartet are renowned for their phenomenal live shows, filling out venues and rocking out festivals all over Europe. They will be bringing their brand of rock to the Ruby Room in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar on Friday May 10. The show starts at 10pm and tickets cost €12.50. Their distinctive gravelly voice and guitar sound, and light-hearted stage presence ensures that their fan base is increasing by the minute.
THIS YEAR marks the centenary of the birth of the great Woody Guthrie, one of the true giants of American music. To mark the occasion, Woody’s son Arlo, a gifted singer/songwriter in his own right, is embarking on a celebratory new tour which comes to the Town Hall on Sunday, September 2. Entitled Here Comes The Kid, the tour salutes Woody Guthrie’s immeasurable contributions to the landscape of American folk music.
Galway’s newest nightclub has a wide variety of entertainment to suit most tastes. Here is a run down of the vairious rooms and some of acts on this weekend.
GRETCHEN PETERS, the Nashville based singer-songwriter plays Kelly’s, Bridge Street, on Monday July 23 at 8pm as part of the Galway Arts Festival.