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TWENTY-NINE YEARS ago this week Ireland lost its most iconic rock musician and still greatest rock star, Phil Lynott. The Dublin singer-songwriter died on January 4 1986, but his extraordinary legacy continues and will be celebrated in Galway this week.
Phil Lynott would have turned 65 this week, and in his honour the Thin Lizzy tribute act, Remembering Lizzy, will play a special show at Monroe’s Live tomorrow night.
HELLS BELLS, one of the leading AC/DC tribute bands play The Quays Music Hall, on Friday May 30.
AC/DC TRIBUTE act Whole Lotta Voltage will bring a fearsome slice of ‘rock’n’roll damnation’ to Monroe’s Live tomorrow night from 10pm.
THERE WAS a time in rock music when the riffs were big and the hair was bigger - it was the era ruled by Guns ‘n’ Roses, Whitesnake, and Mötley Crüe.
IF YOU pine for the days of hair-metal, epic guitar solos, spandex, and a time when Guns‘n’Roses, Whitesnake, and Mötley Crüe, ruled the world, read on.
Phil Lynott would have turned 64 this week, and in his honour, Thin Lizzy tribute act, Remembering Lizzy, will play a special show at Monroe’s Live tomorrow, August 23.
Quays Music Hall, Galway presents Hells Bells AC/DC Tribute on Friday May 31. Tickets are €10.
AC/DC ARE the greatest band to ever come out of Australia and Galway AC/DC fans can enjoy Aussie tribute band ACCA DACCA who play The Quays tonight.
The June Bank Holiday weekend is about to get loud in Castlebar with the news that Thin Lizzy are coming back to the Royal Theatre. On Sunday, June 5 - Thin Lizzy featuring Scott Gorham (guitar), Brian Downey (drums), Darren Wharton (keyboards), Vivian Campbell (guitar), Marco Mendoza (bass guitar), and Ricky Warwick (lead vocals/guitar) play The Royal Theatre Castlebar.