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GIVEN WE live in a post-Christian, increasingly secular, Ireland, the opening line of Villagers' new album comes as a surprise: "I've found again, the space in my heart again, for God again, in the form of art again."
LIVE ALBUMS are very much a 1970s phenomenon, a chance to vicariously attend a concert by a band who would never play your town. They have also been among the classic 'contractual obligation' releases.
THIS MONTH marks the 32nd anniversary of the all too early passing of the great Phil Lynott, but the music of the Thin Lizzy singer, bassist, songwriter, and leader, will be celebrated in Galway this weekend.
PHIL LYNOTT - rock icon, Black-Irishman, singer, songwriter, icon, inspiration, and the personification of Thin Lizzy, died 31 years ago this year, and Galway will mark his passing and celebrate his music, this week.
Celine King, of Mayo Kettlebells, has qualified for the third time to represent Ireland at the Kettlebell World Championships in Kazakhstan from October 26 to October 30. Ms King has previously won World Championship gold and is competing to win her second World title.
ONE OF the most anticipated Irish albums of 2016 will be Everything This Way, the debut from Walking On Cars, who, with only a handful of singles and EPs have become one of the most acclaimed and popular Irish bands.
It is a case of back to the '90s tomorrow night (Saturday) at Garbo's Music Venue in Castlebar where a Grunge Unplugged concert is set to rock the stage for three hours to raise money for a very worthy cause.
THERE ARE many who argue that R.E.M.’s greatest artistic achievements, bar 1992’s Automatic For The People, came during their time on the IRS label, before they signed to Warner in 1988.
REGGAE BAND Intinn are making waves at the moment, playing festivals and winning awards across Europe, but now they return home to play a special concert, for a very worthy cause.