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Monroe’s Live to host Galway's Remembrance for Phil Lynott

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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.

What is that singer’s favourite book?

FROM THE lieder tradition in Germany to bands like Iron Maiden setting Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s ‘The Rime of The Ancient Mariner’ to music, there has long been a connection between literature and song.

A Vibe For Philo @ Monroe’s Live

SONGWRITER, SINGER, poet, bass player, band leader, Black Irishman, icon - Phil Lynott is all of these things and Galway will pay tribute to the late master this week.

Rites - The epic sound of Galway Doom Metal

WHEN BLACK Sabbath’s Tony Iommi struck the opening G5 chord on his Gibson SG on the song which bore his band’s name, during a recording session in London in 1969, he not only created a new genre of rock, but a sub-genre as well.

Blaze Bayley is ready to rock Castlebar tomorrow night

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Former Iron Maiden and Wolfsbane front-man Blaze Bayley and his band will be making their way to Castlebar tomorrow night May 12 where they will be performing at Castlebar’s new independent music venue The Clubhouse. Blaze Bayley started his musical career as the lead vocalist of Wolfsbane. When Bruce Dickinson departed heavy metal band Iron Maiden in 1993, Blaze Bayley was chosen as his replacement. Following Blaze Bayley's departure from Iron Maiden, he formed his own band, Blaze. In 2000 the band released their debut studio album Silicon Messiah. The album was followed up by Tenth Dimension and the band's first live album, As live as it gets. Tomorrow night he will be coming to The Clubhouse, Castlebar, on his The Kings of Metal tour.

Bayley is ready to blaze into Castlebar

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Ex-Iron Maiden front-man Blaze Bayley and his band will be making their way to Castlebar this May where he will performing at Castlebar’s new independent music venue The Clubhouse. Blaze Bayley started his musical career as the lead vocalist of Wolfsbane. When Bruce Dickinson departed heavy metal band Iron Maiden in 1993, Blaze Bayley was chosen as his replacement. Blaze recorded two albums with Iron Maiden in the nineties that included The X Factor and Virtual X1. Following Blaze Bayley's departure from Iron Maiden 1999, he formed his own band, BLAZE. In 2000 the band released their debut studio album Silicon Messiah.

Ex-Iron Maiden front-man Blaze Bayley will be making his way to Castlebar this summer

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Blaze Bayley started his musical career as the lead vocalist of Wolfsbane. When Bruce Dickinson departed heavy metal band Iron Maiden in 1993, Blaze Bayley was chosen as his replacement. Following Blaze Bayley's departure from Iron Maiden, he formed his own band, Blaze. In 2000 the band released their debut studio album Silicon Messiah. The album was followed up by Tenth Dimension and the band's first live album, As live as it gets. This summer he will be coming to The Clubhouse, Castlebar, on his The Kings of Metal tour thanks to Finbar Hoban Presents...

A Vibe for Phil Lynott @ Monroe’s Live

PHIL LYNOTT, singer, songwriter, and leader of Thin Lizzy, is both an Irish and global rock icon, and Galway will celebrate his music at a special concert tomorrow.

 

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