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Sing praises - Harlem Gospel Choir

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THE WORLD famous Harlem Gospel Choir are coming to Galway to sing at the Town Hall Theatre on Sunday November 23 at 8pm as part of their current Irish tour.

Harlem Gospel Choir to play Galway in November

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THE LEGENDARY Harlem Gospel Choir returns to Ireland in November for a nationwide tour which will take in Galway.

The Riptide Movement - steppin’ out and steppin’ up

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“THE BLUES had a baby and they called it rock’n’roll,” Muddy Waters declared on his 1977 album Hard Again, and from Van Morrison to Rory Gallagher to Thin Lizzy, the Irish have always had time for the blues.

The Minutes to headline Father Ted fancy dress party

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Father Ted will be the order of the night next Saturday night, July 16, as Finbar Hoban Presents... Father Ted fancy dress party with live music coming from The Minutes with support from Dead School and C O Neill and Co. Prizes will be held for best dressed Father Ted character and there will be a mock Mass to entertain everybody with Father Ted and Father Dougal and Father Jack presiding over the ceremonies. Mrs Doyle will also be on hand to offer you a nice cup of tea and Marc Conway will provide the soundtrack for the evening with Ghost Town.

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 gone down in legend to cast Terry as rock’s ‘great nearly man...’, but to think this way is to forget that Terry Reid has always been his own man.

All hail the O Emperor

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O EMPEROR are on the crest of a wave. In less than two years they have become one of the highest profile alternative acts in the county, and one of the most acclaimed.

Bush, the Stones, and the World Fleadh - it’s all in a day’s work for Frankie Gavin

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Frankie Gavin is to headline a major concert of Irish traditional music this weekend at The World Fleadh festival. It’s all part of what’s been a momentous 12 months for the fiddle great, from playing for George W Bush to hanging out with Keith Richards.

 

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