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HAVING SPENT the last 20 years between his native Ireland and New York, where he cut his teeth at the renowned Sin-É cafe, Mark Geary has won respect and attention from audiences and fellow artists.
MARK GEARY has just released his new album The Fool and will play songs from it, and from across his 25 year career, at his show in Monroe's Live, part of his current Irish tour.
FOLLOWING A successful run at the Hollywood Fringe festival where he picked up two awards for his show, The King of Soho and Other Stories, Jack Lukeman is back in Ireland for a nationwide tour that takes in Galway.
RALPH ROLLE, the drummer with Nile Rodgers' Chic, and the man who has drummed for Sting, Paul Simon, Aretha Franklin, Slash, Elvis Costello, and Smokey Robinson, will give a drum clinic in Galway.
It is hard to believe that it is been more than 30 years since Rattlesnakes announced the arrival of the singular pop sensibility of Lloyd Cole. Literate and melodic with airy allusions to the likes of Eve Marie Saint and Simone Du Beauvoir, it was one of the defining albums of its time and sounds just as good today.
Despite an official start date of Monday July 11, the Galway International Arts Festival is actually getting under way this weekend, with preview shows for three of its highest profile plays, while street spectacle, Insects, takes place on Sunday.
“I’m a bit older and I’ve more to write about...I feel now that I can say ‘me’ or ‘I’ instead of ‘jackal’.” So said Conor J O'Brien, the gifted songwriter at the centre of Villagers in an interview with The Irish Times last year.
Lately we have been enjoying the first few sunny days of the year but another real marker of impending summer is the programme launch of the Galway International Arts Festival.
SINGER-SONGWRITER Mark Geary returns to Galway to play Monroe’s Backstage Bar on Saturday June 11 at 9pm.
FORMER MEMBERS of Planxty and The Bothy Band, including Andy Irvine and Donal Lunny, two absolute legends of Irish folk, join forces as Usher's Island, and play the Róisín Dubh on Thursday April 7 at 7.30pm.