Search Results for 'Body and Soul'
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MY FELLOW Sponges, the Galway folk-prog/indie band will play a stripped down and intimate acoustic show in The Ruby Room at The King's Head, this Saturday, July 25, at 5pm.
RACKHOUSE PILFER, the stompin’ alt country, bluegrass band from Sligo, who have impressed American roots audiences as much as Irish music fans, return to Monroe's Live at midnight Friday July 17.
VOTED IRELAND’S best clubnight of 2013 by the music savvy subscribers to Nialler9.com, Somewhere at The Workman's Club, Dublin, is coming to celebrate four years of excellent Wednesday nights, packed week in, week out, with real music lovers.
KORMAC’S BIG Band will ring in 2014 in style, with its acclaimed mix of DJing, audio-visual shows, and of course the musical and attitudinal exuberance of its 11-piece ensemble.
THE GALWAY funk, ska, reggae, and trad sevenpiece The Hardcore Priests of Yemen will launch their new album in Galway this weekend.
The International College for Personal and Professional Development is going to Electric Picnic!
RADIOHEAD’S MUSICAL journey over the past 20 years has been one of rock’s most fascinating and often, for their audience, a challenging listening experience. The Oxford quintet began life playing the massive sounding, alternative rock, guitar anthems of Pablo Honey and The Bends.
FLING, THE energetic Irish quintet who fuse trad, bluegrass, blues, and rock play Monroe’s Live on Thursday July 5 at 11.30pm.
Fling, an Irish band combining traditional, bluegrass and rock, will play Monroes as part of the Galway Sessions on Wednesday June 13. With influences as diverse as Planxty and Led Zeppelin, the band have made a huge mark on the national and international scene. They have taken their live act to festivals such as Electric Picnic, Body and Soul, the White Horse Sessions, and the Galway Americana Festival.
THE CRANE Bar’s Mná Mná gigs return tonight at 9pm with performances from Peneleapaí, Miriam O’Donohue, and Niceol Blue.