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The Viper returns to Monroe's Live

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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.

Having a clear-out? Why not CityBin it?

A Christmas clear-out or some seasonal renovations, CityBin’s Waste and Recycling Centre in Oranmore is the perfect solution.

Rising SON to play Monroe's Live

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HER MOTHER did not want her "hanging around the streets", so "if you’re spending all your time indoors, what else is a music-mad kid gonna do with her time except learn to play an instrument?”

Phantom Dog Beneath The Moon @ Bus King

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AARON HURLEY, one half of the Galway indie-rock/avant-garde duo Phantom Dog Beneath The Moon, plays a solo acoustic show this weekend as part of the Bus King gig series.

Nathan Carter's brother to play Monroe's Live

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JAKE CARTER, the younger brother of Irish country music sensation Nathan Carter, has just released his new EP Three Things, and is coming to play Galway as part of his current Irish tour.

Mundy brings Jelly Legs to Monroe's Live

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ON OCTOBER 14 1996, an Offaly singer-songwriter going by the name of Mundy released his debut album, Jelly Legs, on Epic Records, a subsidiary of Sony. It won critical praise and sold 60,000 copies around the world.

People of the Tribes: Meet Cathy

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Damian Clark returns to Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh

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HE HAS big arms and a peaky cap, an Aussie accent, and a wry smile, but most importantly, he’s bloody funny. He's Damian Clark and he's coming to Galway to play the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh.

Dick Valentine @ Monroe's Backstage Bar

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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.

From rugby player to Atlantic rower - another adventure beckons for Damian Browne

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An innate adventurous streak has taken Galway’s Damian Browne from the rugby fields of Ireland and France, to the mountains of Afghanistan and Peru, and now, hopefully, across the Atlantic as a solo oarsman.

 

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