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MARY BLACK describes Galway as “a particular favourite place of mine”, but it is no idle platitude. It was here, and more specifically during her tenure with De Dannan, where she came of age as both singer and performer, setting her on the path to her now unassailable position as Ireland’s leading contemporary folk artist.
SINEAD O’CONNOR, one of Ireland’s most individual, eclectic, and controversial singer-songwriters, and John Grant, the American singer-songwriter, whose music The Guardian described as “completely compelling, profoundly discomforting but beautiful”, play the Galway International Arts Festival this summer.
SCOTTISH SINGER-songwriter James Yorkston makes a welcome return to the Róisín Dubh on Sunday September 21 at 9pm, arriving on the crest of a wave, following rave reviews for his latest album, The Cellardyke Recording and Wassailing Society.
MIKE O’CONNOR, the Mayo born, Galway based, singer-songwriter launches his new album, I’m Not Myself In Character, in The Crane Bar, Sea Road, tonight at 9pm.
JOHN GRANT, the American singer-songwriter, whose albums Queen Of Denmark and Pale Green Ghosts have won him admiration and acclaim, is coming to Galway.
SINGER-SONGWRITER Johnny Duhan has been plying his trade for almost 50 years now and his new album, Winter, released in CD + DVD format, eloquently attests to the fact that his muse burns as bright as ever, undimmed by the passing decades.
FROM BUTCHERING to balladry might seem like an unusual career arc but it is one that Mayo-born, Galway based, songwriter Michael O’Connor has managed with aplomb.
BORN IN Malta, raised in Galway, based in Dublin, and winner of the Choice Music Prize, singer-songwriter Adrian Crowley plays the Róisín Dubh tomorrow.
DESPITE THE stage name he has chosen for himself, there is nothing ‘shit’ about Marcus Lambkin, his music, or his live shows.
HE WAS once called “the finest American folk-roots artist that most Americans have never heard of” but, entering his sixties, all that is changing for singer-songwriter Tom Russell.