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THE SOUND of Field Divison is best described by borrowing terms from another medium - their music is cinematic and widescreen, one where the textures, atmosphere, and range of sonics fire the mind's eye of the listener.
IN THE 1960s they were a British blues-rock band who pointed the way towards heavy metal. In the 1970s they were an Anglo-American supergroup, part of the cocaine rock set, creating multi-million selling albums; in the 1980s they were mum and dad rock for sophisticated older listeners.
WILSONS Auctions, Ireland and the UK’s largest independent auction company, has received instructions from the liquidator of TJ Clossick and Son Ltd to auction all remaining contents of the store in Portumna, Co. Galway.
Colourful celebrations, free paint, competitions and giveaways as Paintrite mark two decades of excellence
Paintrite, the paint and wallcovering specialist, based in Terryland Retail Park on the Headford Road, celebrates 20 years in business this week and is marking it with a week packed with interesting talks, giveaways, including gift vouchers, free paint, and even a holiday.
TINA TURNER herself has described Irish singer, Rebecca O'Connor's tribute show to Tina, Simply The Best, as "so good, it’s scary!”, while Fleetwood Mac's Mick Fleetwood declared, "Rebecca is an amazing performer and vocalist. I was mesmerized."
Over the past number of weeks the business people, voluntary groups, and clubs of Ballyhaunis have gathered together to form Ballyhaunis/GoBallyhaunis. Like every other rural town which has been affected by the economic downturn and the scars that it has left behind, the organising committee is eager to promote all that is good about Ballyhaunis. The first step was to create an umbrella brand under which they could organise themselves. They have done this with a very simple variation of the name Ballyhaunis incorporating the town colours red and black and a heart.
HOW DO you follow an album like Rumours? You can't. Born of heartache, recrimination, love lost, and new love with your ex looking over your shoulder, it was a cathartic, emotionally raw, confessional, and all too real work.
FIVE TOP 10 hits, a No 1 album, and one of the most radio played independent bands in Ireland, KeyWest have come a long way since their days busking on the streets of Dublin and Galway.
There’s always a good vibe at The Snug Bar, whatever day of the week you head in there - check out their playlist for this weekend and you’re bound to strike it lucky.