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THERE WILL be two chances to see, hear, and enjoy the songs and poems of the brilliant Tuam singer-songwriter Seamus Ruttledge in Galway this month.
The Saw Doctors will kick off their upcoming Irish Tour in Kilkenny at the Set Theatre this Bank-Holiday Sunday.
The Top Five chart success of The Saw Doctors’ ‘Red Cortina A cappella’, has led to Smyths Toys, which sponsored the charity single, donating €10,000 to the St Vincent de Paul.
The Saw Doctors and Smyths Toys are joining forces this week in a novel scheme to raise funds for the Society of St Vincent de Paul this Christmas. Smyths Toys will donate one euro to St Vincent de Paul for every download of the new a cappella version of ‘Red Cortina’ by The Saw Doctors, which goes on sale from iTunes Ireland from today.
The Saw Doctors have re-recorded their classic ode to first love, ‘Red Cortina’, and will be releasing it on iTunes tomorrow as a charity single for the St Vincent de Paul.
The Saw Doctors will play their first public concert in Kilkenny in ten years on Friday October 15, at the Set Theatre to promote their new studio album, The Further Adventures of The Saw Doctors, which TV star and comedian Peter Kay launched at the Olympia Theatre in Dublin at the end of September.
There is a strong Galway flavour in RTE’s Road to Croker programme tonight at 8pm. The show looks back at Galway’s All-Ireland winning season in 1998 and has some clips from the championship campaign of that season.
THE WORLD premiere of the new Saw Doctors documentary film - Clare Island to Cape Cod - will take place in the Town Hall Theatre on Sunday at 5.30pm.
The Saw Doctors love Castlebar and Castlebar definitely loves the Saw Doctors!!! The last Friday in July welcomes back the Saw Doctors to the stage for their summer show. When the Saw Doctors take to the stage the whole theatre turns on its head and everyone knows every word to every song for the whole two hour show!!!
SING SING Records, a New York based company, has just issued a vinyl single of ‘Some Hope’, by the Tuam punk band Blaze X.