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THE MINUTES, RSAG, The Statics, and Galway acts Oh Boland and Chris Haze play The Jägermeister Freezer Sessions 100 Series in Monroe’s Live on November 14. Galway has been selected by Hot Press and Jägermeister as one of four locations across the country to host the sessions, and tickets for the event are free.
There’s a tendency for the word ‘unique’ to be bandied around a little too freely in music circles, but that is the only way to describe Jerry Fish’s genre bending style. Jerry’s live shows have been known to transform sedate tux ‘n’ frock audiences into Roman galley slaves rowing their way through ‘The Hole In the Boat’, or ballroom-of-romancers slow-dancing to ‘Back To Before’, or swampy block parties gyrating to bacchanalian classics like ‘Celebrate’.
RSAG. (aka Rarely Seen Above Ground, aka Jeremy Hickey) is an Irish multi-instrumentalist hailing from the Kilkenny who has been making waves since 2008. Although rarely seen, Hickey will play the Róisín Dubh on September 12 at 9pm.
The collapse of Communism and its legacy for Eastern Europe and the implosion of the Irish economy and its ramifications for our State are two major themes which will be explored in this year’s TULCA festival.
Multi instrumentalist and artist R.S.A.G comes to play a very exclusive show at Bar Ritz (Mulroy’s Bar) in Castlebar on Saturday night April 2 with a full visual screen show with support coming from The Ambience Affair and The Light Parade, in what promises to be a very intimate show at Mayo’s original alternative night out Finbar Hoban Presents.
The National Craft Gallery will host an informal tour of their current exhibition, ‘Embracing Technology’, this Friday evening, August 27, at 6pm.
R.S.A.G. (aka Rarely Seen Above Ground, aka Jeremy Hickey) is a multi-instrumentalist hailing from the Marble city who has been making waves since 2008 with his explosive live set and a double album release, Organic Sampler – the debut which received a five star review from The Irish Times as well as gaining a Choice Music Prize nomination in the same year. Now back with his Leo Pearson produced follow-up album Be It Right Or Wrong, R.S.A.G. is sure of another busy year in 2010.
Kilkenny’s own acclaimed multi-instrumentalist and audio-visual innovator Jeremy Hickey, aka RSAG, released his second studio album last weekend.
HE WAS born Jeremy Hickey, goes under the name Rarely Seen Above Ground, which is abbreviated to RSAG, and he takes the notion of ‘the one man band’ to extreme places.
I think we may get used to enjoying the simple things in life for the next few years. There’s not much money about and, even if there was, it looks as if Icelandic volcanoes mean we won’t be able to get off this little island to fly to exotic locations for the foreseeable future.