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99 SOULS, the duo behind the massive funky house hit 'The Girl Is Mine', which everyone from Beyoncé to Pete Tong has been raving about, and who want their debut album to be "classic, timeless", are coming to Galway.
PECO, THE former frontman of Indie-folk band Valentine Black, is coming to Galway to play Monroe’s Live on Friday August 5 at 9pm and Saturday 6 at 11.30pm.
THREE PEOPLE have profoundly shaped Mick Flannery the musician, and the music he creates - his mother Elaine; Ricky Lynch, a prominent musician in County Cork; and a chance encounter of a haunting Kurt Cobain performance.
IRISH ROCKABILLY queen Imelda May and singer-songwriter Damien Dempsey will play the Galway International Arts Festival Absolut Big Top on Thursday July 21 at 7pm and tickets go on sale tomorrow.
Among the many exciting writers heading to Galway for this year’s Cúirt is award-winning Canadian author Miriam Toews whose latest novel, All My Puny Sorrows, has garnered rave reviews and figured prominently in many ‘books of the year’ lists.
NIALL CONNOLLY is "a folk icon…Among the most vibrant, poignant, and authentic indie folk artists in New York City", leading folk magazine No Depression has said of the man who is coming to Galway this month.
GALWAY SINGER Mary McPartlan has just released a terrific new album entitled From Mountain To Mountain a tribute to the late legendary American folk song collector and singer Jean Ritchie.
ELEANOR SHANLEY has a new album, Forever Young, named after the great Bob Dylan song; she is about to start a tour of Ireland; and she recently moved to Galway, making the county her home.
CIARAN LAVERY, winner of the Hot Press Big Break competition, described as "easily in the top three greatest songsmiths in the country, if not the most naturally-gifted Northern Irish voices of his generation" by The Thin Air website, is coming to Galway.
IN 1961, a young singer-songwriter, originally from Seattle, but now part of the thriving folk community in New York's Greenwich Village, released her debut album, A Maid Of Constant Sorrow. The closing track was 'The Rising Of The Moon', an Irish ballad inspired by the 1798 Rebellion. The choice of that song was both a confirmation of deep Irish roots, and of a long association with Ireland that continues to this day.