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Gospel concerts in Achill and Belmullet

A special gospel concert will take place in Achill on Friday July 27 at 8.15pm in Halla Acla, Achill Sound; in The Broadhaven Bay Hotel, Belmullet on August 1 at 8.15pm; in Ionad Deirbhile Heritage Centre, Eachléim on August 2 at 8.15pm, and finally a concert will take place on August 3 at 8.15pm in The Talbot Hotel, Belmullet.

Sound+Vision: Ballina’s annual film festival returns

Sound+Vision Ballina Arts Centre’s annual film festival returns this year for a week-long programme celebrating music in film. The festival, now in its seventh year, is an integral part of Ballina Arts Centre’s film programme and each year takes a theme. This year the theme is ‘In Concert!’ and the programme will feature a number of classic concert movies. From the celluloid Valhalla of The Song Remains the Same to Jonathan Demme’s innovative Stop Making Sense, Sound+Vision: In Concert! Will have something for everyone and will truly celebrate music in film.

Sound+Vision: Ballina’s annual film festival returns

Sound+Vision Ballina Arts Centre’s annual film festival returns this year for a week-long programme celebrating music in film. The festival, now in its seventh year, is an integral part of Ballina Arts Centre’s film programme and each year takes a theme. This year the theme is ‘In Concert!’ and the programme will feature a number of classic concert movies. From the celluloid Valhalla of The Song Remains the Same to Jonathan Demme’s innovative Stop Making Sense, Sound+Vision: In Concert! Will have something for everyone and will truly celebrate music in film.

Rockabilly - the second American revolution

ELVIS PRESLEY and his friends Scotty Moore and Bill Black were in Sun Studios in July 1954 recording some tracks. During some down time they started “goofing around” with a tune called ‘That’s All Right (Mama)’.

Memphis Cats celebrate the King in Kyteler’s spectacular

The life and music of the King of Rock and Roll will be celebrated in a special tribute night in Kyteler’s Inn, Kilkenny, this Sunday evening with the Memphis Cats.

Get All Shook Up in Athenry

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ALL SHOOK UP, a “camp, romantic farce”, featuring the music of Elvis Presley, will be performed by the Athenry Musical Society in the Presentation College, Athenry, from Wednesday February 17 to Saturday 20.

The King ain’t dead - he’s at the Town Hall

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FANS OF Elvis will be flocking to the Black Box Theatre to see Elvis - An American Trilogy tribute show on Saturday August 16 - the 32nd anniversary of The King’s death.

The Elvis Anniversary Special comes to Langtons

Elvis will rock out Langton’s Hotel this Sunday night, August 16. The Elvis Anniversary Special features Kevin O'Dwyer portraying the king of rock, and in doing so he captures the real essence of an Elvis performance.

One Night With Elvis: Lee Memphis King

Lee Memphis King, after only five years as a full time professional Elvis Presley tribute artist, has risen to be one of the elite of the tribute world with a concert schedule that many could only dream about. After winning the renowned Elvis Festival at Collingwood in Canada in 2005 he embarked on building his career in theatre concerts with a live band performing a two hour one-man show. Promoted by John Hessenthaler of Original Entertainment Programming Ltd, his productions One Night with Elvis and Elvis On Tour have gone from strength to strength and now appear, often to sell-out audiences, in major concert venues across the UK. These include Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Manchester Bridgewater Hall, The Birmingham NIA, Aberdeen AECC, Edinburgh EICC, The Hammersmith Apollo and London’s Indigo2 as well as large provincial theatres.

One Night With Elvis: Lee Memphis King

Lee Memphis King, after only five years as a full time professional Elvis Presley tribute artist, has risen to be one of the elite of the tribute world with a concert schedule that many could only dream about. After winning the renowned Elvis Festival at Collingwood in Canada in 2005 he embarked on building his career in theatre concerts with a live band performing a two hour one-man show. Promoted by John Hessenthaler of Original Entertainment Programming Ltd, his productions One Night with Elvis and Elvis On Tour have gone from strength to strength and now appear, often to sell-out audiences, in major concert venues across the UK. These include Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Manchester Bridgewater Hall, The Birmingham NIA, Aberdeen AECC, Edinburgh EICC, The Hammersmith Apollo, and London’s Indigo2 as well as large provincial theatres.

 

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