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THEY HAVE been called "Manchester's finest emerging talents" by TJEvents, and sound "as if they have something mighty brewing. Who knows how big it could be if they manage to let it out", according to Chris Long at BBC Manchester.
IN HIS five years as a solo artist, Ciaran Lavery has clocked up more than 80 million streams on Spotify, while in 2016 he won the Northern Ireland Music Prize for his album Let Bad In.
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.
MARKING 25 years in the business, and returning to Galway for the first time in five years, long running indie band The Pale, play Monroe's Live in March.
HE LEARNED uilleann pipes from Lunasa's Brian Vallely; is a three times All-Ireland Champion piper, and is the only Irishman to have won the BBC Young Folk Musician of the Year Award.
QUEENS OF The Sauce Age describe themselves on Facebook as "five lovely lads from Cork playing Queens of the Stone Age songs” as Galway will see next week.
HARDY BUCKS, best known for their mockumentary style video series on RTÉ and online, following the fictional exploits of a group of fellahs living in small-town Ireland, are coming to Galway.
THE CAMEMBERT Quartet, The Late Late Show's house band, are taking a break from the RTÉ studios, and heading to Galway this Christmas to play Monroe's Live.
THE VIPER brought the house down at Monroe’s Live last month with a sell out performance, and he is set to bring his show back to the Dominick Street venue, but with a festive twist.
"WILD FRONT come on like The 1975 listening to their dad's funk records," according to the NME, while Its All Indie said, "If there's any band that could better defy expectations, it's Wild Front".