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TOTALLY WIRED, described by The Irish Times as "Ireland’s answer to Flight of the Conchords", but who describe themselves as "Ireland’s oldest and least successful boy band", are coming back to the Róisín Dubh.
Imagine Jack Kerouac and George Orwell incubated a test tube baby in muddy water and on its first birthday was adopted by Joe Strummer, who raised it on a steady diet of rock and roll and Dylan.
To Gaze Upon Us is the love child of Sharpe and O'Connor because that is as physical as it is getting. They made their debut in April of 2015 in the Róisín Dubh in the run up to the Marriage Equality vote, and now they are back. On August 16, Steven Sharpe and Katie O'Connor bring their out and proud act to the Róisín Dubh.
HE HAS performed with a monkey he keeps in a suitcase, he is known to have a rubber duck about his person, his comedy rarely involves him uttering a word. Perhaps because he has Cats In My Mouth.
WARSAW RADIO have released their debut album, Midnight Broadcast, through Seventh Dial Records, and tonight, the Limerick band play upstairs at the Róisín Dubh.
SHUFFLE!, GALWAY'S night of northern soul, blues, reggae, ska, Latin, boogaloo, r'n'b, and rock'n'roll is back this weekend at the Róisín Dubh, with DJ Dave Barry joined by Andy Flynn.
GIVEN STRANGE Brew Rekkids' releases to date have been firmly rooted in electronica, the sound of a gentle electric guitar, piano, and an oboe playing a melody faintly recalling Bette Midler's 'The Rose', is the last thing you expect to hear.
FOR THE past seven years, the Open Mic Night at the Róisín Dubh has promoted, supported, and encouraged new, aspirant, and emerging Galway musicians - now it goes a step further with its new 'Open Mic Presents...' nights.
U.M.A.N - an acronym for U. Must. Act. Now - and the stage name of Irish soul singer and songwriter Brian Flanagan, play the Róisín Dubh this weekend.
BRIAN DEADY has been declared Ireland's "new soul star," by The Irish Times and "our favourite act in Ireland” by no less a legend than Nile Rodgers of Chic.