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No Stairway - Led Zeppelin tribute @ Róisín Dubh

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NO STAIRWAY, the brilliant Galway Led Zeppelin tribute band, fronted by the multi-talented phenomenon that is Steven Sharpe, play the Róisín Dubh next week.

Remi Harris ready to wow Castlebar

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Internationally renowned ace guitarist Remi Harris brings his dazzling talents to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday, May 30, at 8pm.

John Smith - have guitar, will travel

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THE ROAD of life is one John Smith walks as both a man and a musician, taking his wonderful songs and sublime guitar skills to wherever there are appreciative ears, and from today he's back on that road, on his latest Irish and British tour.

No Quarter - Led Zeppelin tribute @ Róisín Dubh

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NO STAIRWAY, the brilliant Galway Led Zeppelin tribute band, fronted by the multi-talented phenomenon that is Steven Sharpe, plays the Róisín Dubh next week.

Jack Lukeman - in concert in Galway

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FOLLOWING A successful run at the Hollywood Fringe festival where he picked up two awards for his show, The King of Soho and Other Stories, Jack Lukeman is back in Ireland for a nationwide tour that takes in Galway.

Wyvern Lingo - new sounds, supporting Hozier, and supporting refugees

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IT HAS been an extraordinary 12 months for Wicklow trio Wyvern Lingo. They have re-invented their sound and struck out on a new musical path, played to their largest audiences to date by supporting Hozier and James Vincent McMorrow on their British tours, and began the preparations for their highly anticipated debut album.

No Quarter - Led Zeppelin tribute @ Róisín Dubh

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NO STAIRWAY, the brilliant Galway Led Zeppelin tribute band, fronted by the multi-talented phenomenon that is Steven Sharpe, play the Róisín Dubh this Saturday from 9.30pm.

Terry Reid - the return of 'superlungs'

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TERRY REID could have been the lead singer in Led Zeppelin. Richie Blackmore wanted him to be Deep Purple’s frontman. Both incidents have cast him as rock’s great 'nearly man...’, but this is to forget Terry Reid has always been his own man.

 

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