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AT FIRST it was a concert, then a film of the concert, now it is a concert of the film! The Last Waltz, Martin Scorsese's celebrated documentary of the final concert by The Band, will be re-created in Galway.
JONI MITCHELL, one of the most formidable songwriting talents of the last 50 years, with a catalogue of music to rival Dylan and Cohen, will be celebrated at a show in the Town Hall Theatre.
EMMA LANGFORD, the Limerick alt-folk singer-songwriter, has released her debut album, Quiet Giant, and will perform songs from it at the Róisín Dubh next week.
BORN IN Hampshire in 1997, and moving to Ireland when she was 10, Rosie Carney grew up in Downings, a Gaeltacht village amid the vast, rugged landscapes of the Rosguill peninsula, County Donegal.
I love small towns. I am the product of one. The first two decades of my life were shaped within the confines of one. Back then, towns were in their heyday. While there were cities beyond the hills, everything we seemed to need was available in the small town. Sure, we had a chipper to feed everyone and a town hall to hold everything in, and to provide custom for the chipper. And we had two telephone kiosks, some schools and two churches, and three banks and a town library (in my house) and a lake and a few roads out of it. What more could a body ask for? What else in life did we need, even if there was something mildly attractive about the few roads out?
For over 39 years, Ireland’s musical legends The Fureys have been selling out concerts worldwide. They return to Roscommon Arts Centre for another great night of Irish music, songs, and stories on Saturday, January 21 at 8pm.
SOPHIE COYLE, "a natural talent and someone I wouldn't hesitate to recommend others to go and see", according to the Scotland's Libertine Bar Review, plays the next Mná Mná Music night at the Róisín Dubh.
THE SECOND installment of Steven Sharpe's new gig nights upstairs at the Róisín Dubh, with each given the title of the famous song with the world 'Love' replaced by 'Dubh', is on Thursday October 29.
RÓISÍN O comes from thoroughbred pedigree in terms of Irish music. Her mother is none other than Mary Black, while her brother, Danny is lead singer in The Coronas, but as a solo singer-songwriter she is her own woman.
IN 1961, a young singer-songwriter, originally from Seattle, but now part of the thriving folk community in New York's Greenwich Village, released her debut album, A Maid Of Constant Sorrow. The closing track was 'The Rising Of The Moon', an Irish ballad inspired by the 1798 Rebellion. The choice of that song was both a confirmation of deep Irish roots, and of a long association with Ireland that continues to this day.