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Fans of Americana music looking for a good night of entertainment should take note of this one.
THE MIDNIGHT Union Band will bring their Americana/folk sound to Monroe's Backstage Bar on Friday June 19 at 10pm for a free show as part of their tour to promote their new album, Of Life And Lesser Evils.
THE CHIEFTAINS’ Matt Molloy and London-Irish fiddle great John Carty - both winners of the TG4 Musician of the Year Award - play Monroe’s Live on Tuesday January 27.
THE MIDNIGHT Union Band come from Kilkenny, but it might as well be Kentucky with a sound steeped in Americana, folk, and roots music.
Blackrock College took top honours in the inaugural Smith’s SuperValu ‘7s in the City’ event, a women-only sevens tournament which was hosted by Buccaneers RFC last weekend, supporting Action Breast Cancer. Played on the June bank holiday Saturday, Blackrock won the Michael Moore Car Sales Open contest. Old Belvedere won the Murphys Law Junior league with Carrick-on-Suir capturing the Medussa Hair Studio u18 title after a long day’s rugby played in glorious weather.
COMPOSERS AND songwriters will be at the heart of The Galway Sessions 2014 festival, which runs from June 16 to 22 and features, among others, Mairtín O’Connor and Charlie Lennon.
CROSSING THE Bridge - The Clarinbridge Banjo Gathering, takes place in the south Galway village tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday.
THE MÁIRTÍN O’Connor Band, featuring the titan talents of Cathal Hayden, Seamie O’Dowd, and Jim Higgins, and the great man himself, play the Éigse an Spidéil festival this weekend.
FOLK LEGEND Pete Seeger, former US presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, and classical music great Yo Yo Ma, are among banjo player Michael J Miles’ fans.
MARY BERGIN, Johnny Óg Connolly, and poet Nuala Ní Dhómhnaill are among those who will perform at next month’s Éigse an Spidéal festival.