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JUST 48 hours after performing her song 'Black Dahlia' on The Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show, Cavan singer Aine Cahill saw it clock up 62,000 views on the Today FM Facebook page.
AS FATHER Ted's Eoin McLove he delivered such immortal lines as "Go away! I don't want to catch the menopause!" Now man who played him, comedian Patrick McDonnell, is coming to the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh.
AHEAD OF the release of their new album, produced by Mercury Music Prize nominee Tim Holmes of Death In Vegas, Waterford band King Kong Company, are on an Irish tour, which takes in Galway this week.
LEEDS-IRISH indie rock band Cronin have just released the video for the song ‘See This Man’, taken from the bands critically acclaimed Nelson Riddle EP, and are sure to play it at their show in Monroe's Live this Sunday at 9pm.
TWO TRIBUTE bands, both celebrating outfits whose music is firmly located at the heavy end of the spectrum, albeit in different ways, come to Monroe's Live this month, for shows that will surely appeal to metal heads and alternative rockers alike.
OLD HANNAH have been called “a sublime band who straddle folk, country, roots, bluegrass, and more” by The Irish Times, while The Waterboy's Steve Wickam said their songs have "a great and unique intimacy and atmosphere".
IRISH ELECTRO-pop/new wave quartet Vann Music will be among the bands playing the Roctoberfest weekender in Monroe's Live, taking to the stage of the Dominick Street venue tomorrow.
THE HOT Sprockets, the high energy Irish blues-rock band will headline the Rocktoberfest weekender at Monroe's Live, which starts today and runs throughout the weekend, up top Sunday.
SIMON COWELL called her “risky, edgy and a very naughty girl", while Hotpress declared her "consistently excellent". She is Niamh Marron, and she headlines the next installment of the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh tomorrow at 9pm.
AFTER ITS successful opening night last week, the second instalment of the The Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh returns this Friday, with two stalwarts of the Irish comedy scene - Alison Spittle and Edwin Sammon.