Search Results for 'Fergal Scahill'

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We Banjo 3 - new album and Galway concert

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WE BANJO 3, the Galway roots/trad/bluegrass phenomenon have just released their new album Live In Galway and later this month they play a show at the Town Hall Theatre.

We Banjo Three - a band of brothers

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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.

We Banjo Three to play An Taibhdhearc

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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.

Mayo Rose to bloom in the Royal

She has a first class honours degree in theoretical physics from UCD, she is a regular on our TV screens as a panellist on RTÉ’s flagship satire programme The Panel, she is well known for her exploits on Celebrity Bainisteoir with the Kiltimagh GAA club and now Mayo’s multi-talented 2005 Rose of Tralee winner Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin is set to take to the stage as she joins Ragús for their spectacular homecoming tenth anniversary show on November 8 at the Royal Theatre, Castlebar.

Ragús live at the

She has a first class honours degree in theoretical physics from UCD, she is a regular on our TV screens as a panellist on RTÉ’s flagship satire programme The Panel, she is well known for her exploits on Celebrity Bainisteoir with the Kiltimagh GAA club and now Mayo’s multi-talented 2005 Rose of Tralee winner Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin is set to take to the stage as she joins Ragús for their spectacular homecoming tenth anniversary show on November 8 at the Royal Theatre, Castlebar.

Making his ‘Marc’ with Ragús

Ever since the day he mesmerised the audience at his local school concert singing Don McLean’s “American Pie”, Marc Roberts was destined for stardom. Now, the Crossmolina native is set to join Ragús as Mayo’s top trad group return to the Royal Theatre to celebrate their tenth anniversary in style with their final show on a whirlwind world tour. Marc Roberts was bitten by the showbiz bug after being chosen to represent Ireland on the international stage, singing in the Eurovision Song Contest before 300 million TV viewers at the Point Theatre in 1997.

 

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