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Close to €24,000 has been allocated to music groups and musicians in Galway and Mayo under the Music Capital Scheme, including to the Athenry Music School and We Banjo Three’s Enda Scahill.
MONROE'S LIVE is the place to be next Thursday as We Banjo 3 and Four Men and a Dog team up to see in the New Year in high style with an epic night of scintillating music and song. It will be a rare chance for Galway audiences to catch We Banjo 3 live this year as they are in huge demand internationally.
THE JIG JAMS, whose music fuses Irish folk with Bluegrass, are coming to Galway to play Monroe’s BackStage Bar on Saturday March 14 at 9pm.
GALWAY FANS of the great We Banjo 3, who want to cheer on the band and have themselves recorded while doing so, should get down to the Róisín Dubh next weekend.
THE FIRST six months of 2014 have been pretty good for Galway roots, trad, and bluegrass band We Banjo Three, and they are set to cap it all with the release of their new album.
THE KING’S HEAD pub will host a series of free concerts of Irish trad next week, each starting at 3pm, as part of the Galway Sessions festival.
SPARKS WILL fly when We Banjo 3, featuring Galway virtuosos Enda and Fergal Scahill, team up with Dublin roots band I Draw Slow for a concert at An Taibhdhearc.
Mullingar Arts Centre invites you to sit back and watch the sparks fly, as We Banjo 3 - virtuosi Enda Scahill, Martin Howley, and David Howley - take you on a rollercoaster ride through banjo history, from ragtime to reels.
Prepare to experience banjo playing as you have never seen it before when the amazing We Banjo 3 perform at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday, September 13, at 8pm as part of a music network tour.
By Roisin Peddle