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AT FIRST it was a concert, then a film of the concert, now it is a concert of the film! The Last Waltz, Martin Scorsese's celebrated documentary of the final concert by The Band, will be re-created in Galway.
Galway will mark National Polish Independence day with a series of events on Saturday and Sunday, including a celebration of the life and work of Joseph Conrad, a Polish national regarded as one of the greatest novelists to write in the English language.
'NOTHING RHYMED', 'Alone Again (Naturally)', 'Matrimony', 'Clair', 'Get Down' - the signature songs of Irish singer-songwriter Gilbert O'Sullivan are also timeless classics which boast of a outstanding sense of melody.
MIRIAM DONOHUE, the Galway born, Dublin based, singer-songwriter will play a hometown gig in Galway this weekend, for the official launch of her critically acclaimed debut album, Paperscapes.
The Pillar House Folk Club in Ballinasloe has released its spring schedule for the venue, announcing some great upcoming Friday gigs.
For over 39 years, Ireland’s musical legends The Fureys have been selling out concerts worldwide. They return to Roscommon Arts Centre for another great night of Irish music, songs, and stories on Saturday, January 21 at 8pm.
THE RISE of singer-songwriter Dan Owen began with a kind gesture. A friend who felt Owen deserved wider exposure for his talent uploaded a video of him performing Bob Dylan's 'The Ballad of Hollis Brown' to Reddit.
HE PLAYS "soulful pop with a dusting of hip-hop thrown in for good measure," say Gigwise, while that pop has "a real sense of edge" according to Clashmusic.com. He is Sample Answer, and he is coming to Galway.
FOR MANY years he lived in Galway, but it has been a long time since he played a concert here. That changes next year as John Prine, the two time Grammy-winning singer-songwriter, returns to Galway as part of his forthcoming tour of Ireland.
JOE FOX is not a man who does things in the traditional manner. He is a musician who admits he used to believe, "music always seemed like a very elitist thing”, and once thought it was odd that a friend of his kept a guitar in his house.