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Two fantastic nights of music take place this January at Roscommon Arts Centre, kicking off with Maura O’Connell and Karan Casey taking to the stage on January 24. Witness the first collaboration of legendary singers Maura O’Connell and Karan Casey as they are joined by accordionist Martin Tourish and guitarist Ed Boyd this spring. With a Grammy nomination, TG4 Musician of the Year title, BBC Folk Award, and over one million album sales between them, this promises to be an incredible evening with some of the biggest talents in Irish music.
NICOLE MAGUIRE, the Cork singer-songwriter who has just released her new single ‘With You’, plays Monroe’s Live on Thursday November 20 at 8.30pm.
Known as the Carole King of our generation, and for good reason, Beth Nielsen Chapman is a singer and songwriter extraordinaire.
BETH NIELSEN Chapman, one of Nashville’s foremost singer-songwriters, comes to the Black Box Theatre next week for what promises to be a memorable gig. An accomplished recording artist in her own right, Chapman has also penned numerous hits for Bonnie Raitt, Emmylou Harris, Bette Midler, Elton John, Neil Diamond, Waylon Jennings, Faith Hill, and Willie Nelson.
BETH NIELSEN Chapman, the twice Grammy-nominated Nashville singer-songwriter, who has written songs for Willie Nelson, Bette Midler, and Faith Hill, is coming to Galway.
THE NORTHERN Irish music scene is at its healthiest and most creative at any time since the 1970s, and one of its leading lights may well be Foy Vance.
“I have found my voice,” sings Maria Doyle Kennedy on ‘The Silence’, a track from her beguiling new album, Sing. And what a voice - sometimes melancholic, other times joyful, always passionate - elemental folk shot through with a potent soulful impulse.
HUNDREDS OF years ago the music played on Scottish and Irish fiddles combined with Spanish guitar, Italian mandolin, and West African banjo in the Southern Appalachian Mountains of America.
“Come with me, I’ll guarantee you the best time you’ve ever had,” growls Chris Smither enticingly on the first line of ‘Don’t Call Me Stranger’, the opening song from his latest album ime Stands Still.
PAUL BRADY was born in Strabane, County Tyrone, in 1947 and was playing guitar by 11. His early music career saw him travel throughout the northwest of Ireland playing piano at holiday resorts such as Bundoran and Rosses Point.