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A Saw Doctor and a Waterboy - live in Clifden

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THE SAW Doctors’ Leo Moran and Anthony Thistlethwaite - who is also a member of The Waterboys - will perform at a lunchtime event in The Alcock and Brown Hotel this Saturday, as part of the Clifden Arts Festival.

Eddi Reader to play Moycullen

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EDDI READER, one of Scotland’s great folk-rock singers returns to Galway to play The Forge in Moycullen, in the company of The Alan Kelly Gang on Saturday October 4 at 9pm.

The electro-dub of Dreadzone

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ELECTRO-DUB pioneers Dreadzone play the Róisín Dubh on Friday September 26 at 9pm, performing material from across their 21 year career.

Banjo man Dan Walsh @ Monroe’s Live

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DAN WALSH, hailed as one of the most talented banjo players in Britain, and described by Uncut as “the real deal”, is coming to Galway.

Roscommon’s own Alan Kelly returns to arts centre

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September 30 is a date for the diary for music fans, when The Alan Kelly Gang, together with Eddi Reader (Fairground Attraction) and John Douglas perform at Roscommon Arts Centre, for one night only.

Amazing Apples announced for The Snug

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7Sunday night is Amazing Apples night at The Snug. This five-piece multi-instrumentalist folk/rock band from Galway are already firm favourites with music fans.

AMA Emerging Talent Tour comes to Monroe’s Live

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RISING IRISH indie and alternative-rock bands will be taking to the stage of Monroe’s Live on Friday September 12 as part of the AMA Emerging Talent Tour.

Spirit Of Smokie visits Galway next month

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Dean Barton, son of late Smokie frontman Alan Barton, and the band Spirit Of Smokie will perform the greatest hits of Smokie and tracks from Room with a View, the posthumous album from Alan Barton, this month at Monroe's Live.

Lloyd Cole @ Roisin Dubh

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English singer-songwriter Lloyd Cole has been making records for more than 20 years.

Empires of Light

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THE BLACK Country is an area of England where the industrial revolution was at its most intense, in cities like Birmingham, Coventry, and Wolverhampton.

 

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