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HE WAS BORN and brought up in Hong Kong; has lived in England since he was 11; and was inspired to write songs by Bon Iver's 'Flume'. Since then, Allman Brown has won notice for the single 'Sons and Daughters', and acclaim for his album 1000 Years.
With the long Easter weekend ahead and many motorists taking to the road for a getaway, a survey by mobility solutions specialist easytrip, Ireland’s only electronic parking and tolling tag provider, has revealed the top five most popular scenic drive route in Ireland.
DAMIEN DEMPSEY, described by The Guardian as "one of Ireland’s great singer-songwriters" and by The Daily Express as "one astonishingly gifted individual", returns to Galway in December.
JAKE CLEMONS, saxophone player for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, and also a much admired solo artist, makes a welcome return to the Róisín Dubh this month as part of his Fear & Love Tour - Ireland Edition.
IF YOU missed Bruce Springsteen on his last visit to Ireland, or were there and want a taste of the New Jersey legend's magic again, then check out the tribute act to The Boss coming to Galway.
GARRY TALLENT, a long serving member of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, is taking time out from those duties to go on a solo tour which will see him head to Ireland, and Galway, next month.
HE PLAYS "enchanting, fragile folk-pop" says The Independent. His music is "steeped in emotion” according to DIY, and he is "the real deal” declared Q. He is Benjamin Francis Leftwich.
Westport House will be alive to the sounds of country and roots music next August when the Harvest festival takes over the historic estate on Saturday August 26 and Sunday August 27. The festival, which will take place in Westport and Enniskillen over the same weekend, with the acts swapping venues over both days, will be promoted by Aiken Promotions which has been responsible for bringing some of the biggest music names in the world to Ireland over the years, including Bruce Springsteen.
HARDWICKE CIRCUS are a seven piece band, aged between 17 and 20, from Carlisle, in Cumbria, in the north of England, and despite their tender years, they have already played the Glastonbury, Leeds, and Reading festivals.
FOR MANY years he lived in Galway, but it has been a long time since he played a concert here. That changes next year as John Prine, the two time Grammy-winning singer-songwriter, returns to Galway as part of his forthcoming tour of Ireland.