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AS FRONTMAN for outrageous Detroit band Electric Six, he brought us to the ‘Gay Bar’ and warned us of the dangers of ‘High Voltage’. These days Dick Valentine is solo and about to make a welcome return to Galway.
FOLLOWING AN extensive tour of the USA earlier this year, Baile An Salsa return to Galway to deliver their exciting fusion to traditional Irish and Latin American musics to Monroe's Live.
"THERE'S STILL nobody to match Freddie White at his best," said The Irish Times. His loyal followers know this well and will be waiting in anticipation for his upcoming show at Monroe’s Live.
THEY ARE the only Blur tribute act in the world endorsed by the band themselves. They headlined Hyde Park on the closing night of the 2012 Olympics. Now they are coming to Monroe's Live.
"ROCK'N'ROLL is not about safety or politeness, it is not about perfection. It is expression and it is spirit." So say the Hothouse Flowers who are coming to next month's Galway International Arts Festival.
TRAIN ROOM, the brainchild of Mayo songwriter/musician/producer Joe Monaghan, has been called "one to keep an eye on" by The Irish Times, and Galway has a chance to see why next week.
FRESH FROM their recent tour of the US, Baile an Salsa - the Latin music/Irish trad fusion band - are back in Galway and will play the Monroe's Live Main Stage this Saturday from 9pm.
HAILING FROM the Willamette valley in Oregon, True North combine traditional bluegrass instrumentation with fat harmonies and folk-edged songwriting.
INTERSKALACTIC, hailed as “the future of ska in Ireland” by The Late Late Show's Ryan Tubridy, have released their new, eponymously titled EP, and play Monroe's Live this week.
AS AN actor she has appeared in The Commitments, Pulp Fiction, Grabbers, Shooting For Socrates, and You, Me, and The Apocalypse. She is also a powerful blue-eyed soul singer, and as The Irish Times said, you, "overlook her musical career at your peril".