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Thanks Brother, the new project from artists Róisín O and John Broe, released their debut single ‘We Are Different’ in March of this year. This first single was produced at Beech Park Studios, Dublin, by Broe and Ciaran Bradshaw, with mixing by Grammy Award winner Ruadhri Cushnan.
COUNTRY SINGER George Strait may have sung how "all my exes live in Texas", but the four-part indie-folk harmony band who take their name from that Grammy award winning song, come from Australia.
JAMIE HARRISON, the Galway singer-songwriter whose new song ‘Spent So Long’ has amassed more than 20,000 listens on Spotify, plays the Róisín Dubh next week.
THE FLAMING Lips, the three-time Grammy Award winning psychedelic indie-rock band, and one of Q magazine’s ‘50 Bands to See Before You Die’, play their only Irish gig at this year's Galway International Arts Festival.
A special collaborative performance between NOTIFY, Ireland's experimental virtuosos of traditional music, and America's Mark Lettieri Trio of three time Grammy award winning jazz super-group Snarky Puppy will take place at Monroe's Live on Thursday November 16.
FOLLOWING AN extensive tour of the USA earlier this year, Baile An Salsa return to Galway to deliver their exciting fusion to traditional Irish and Latin American musics to Monroe's Live.
RODNEY CROWELL is a Grammy award winning Texan country music singer-songwriter, but Rodney Owl is an entirely different proposition altogether as Galway will see at two gigs this month.
BRIAN WILSON is not the only veteran of thrilling 1960s harmony-based singing coming to the Absolut Big Top in this year’s GIAF. Ladysmith Black Mambazo are flying in from Durban with their world-renowned celebratory sounds of South Africa.
FRESH FROM their recent tour of the US, Baile an Salsa - the Latin music/Irish trad fusion band - are back in Galway and will play the Monroe's Live Main Stage this Saturday from 9pm.
BAILE AN Salsa, the Irish based international band who fuse Irish trad with the musics of Latin America, are about to embark on a tour of the USA which means their upcoming Galway show is the last chance to catch them for a while.