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PETE HIGGINS, the Galway based musician, whose music draws on the Americana of Ryan Adams, the indie and electro leanings of Sufjan Stevens, swing jazz, and Johnny Marr, is about to release his debut album.
BILLY BRAGG has called singer-songwriter Seán McGowan "one to watch" and Galway will get a chance to see why, up close and personal, when the Englishman plays The Secret Garden tonight.
Ireland’s largest retail motor business, the Joe Duffy Group is poised acquire Motor Park Athlone, subject to competition authority approval.
THE STROLLING Homes, the Galway based tribute band to "the greatest rock'n'roll band in the world", the Rolling Stones, play Monroe's Live next weekend.
Following the announcement by the Board of Directors of Time4Us that the service is to close at the end of March, 2018 Deputy Catherine Connolly said she immediately contacted the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Katherine Zappone to see if she was aware of the proposed closure and to see what steps, if any, had been taken to ensure the service remains open. She also contacted the board of Time 4 Us with a view to clarifying the situation.
MADNESS, THE British ska-pop legends who lit up the British charts in the 1980s with 'Baggy Trousers', 'Houser Of Fun', 'It Must Be Love', and 'Our House', and who remain a much loved institution and concert draw, will play Galway this summer.
CHRIS DIFFORD, co-founder and co-songwriter, along with Glenn Tilbrook, of the long running and much loved English band Squeeze, is coming to Galway to play a solo show in March.
There are some artists whose life falls onto the canvas, becomes part of it, whose angst is evident in the brushstrokes; whose empathy shapes the message of the painting. They become part of what they work on, and what they work on becomes the whole of them. They become one with each other until it is impossible to ever see them apart as separate entities. To rob one from the other is to divide it irrevocably.
A busy Allianz Football League Division Three campaign commences for Westmeath on Sunday when Colin Kelly's team face Derry at Celtic Park.
It is a general misconception that successful people do everything right and have experienced nothing but success along the way.