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IN JANUARY this year, 'When I See You Standing There' by Irish singer-songwriter Fynne, was picked as the January ‘18 Select Irish Track for FM104, Q102, LMFM Radio, Limerick Live 95, and Cork 96FM.
"WILD FRONT come on like The 1975 listening to their dad's funk records," according to the NME, while Its All Indie said, "If there's any band that could better defy expectations, it's Wild Front".
HER MOTHER did not want her "hanging around the streets", so "if you’re spending all your time indoors, what else is a music-mad kid gonna do with her time except learn to play an instrument?”
FOLLOWING THEIR recent appearance on the Electric Picnic main stage at the start of this month, October will see rising Donegal duo Little Hours release a new EP, Too Much Patience, and play Monroe's Live.
"THERE'S STILL nobody to match Freddie White at his best," said The Irish Times. His loyal followers know this well and will be waiting in anticipation for his upcoming show at Monroe’s Live.
TRAIN ROOM, the brainchild of Mayo songwriter/musician/producer Joe Monaghan, has been called "one to keep an eye on" by The Irish Times, and Galway has a chance to see why next week.
AUGUST 2017 will mark the 40th anniversary of the death of 'The King of Rock'n'Roll' - Elvis Presley, and in advance of that, a major Elvis tribute show is coming to Monroe's Live.
SINCE THE release of their eponymous debut EP, and the single 'Cutthroat Desire', Donegal/Derry blues-rockers One Man Town have been causing something of a stir - and Galway can see why this weekend.
Ingrained in the cultural and musical soul of Galway's West End, Monroe's Tavern embodies everything about Galway charm, the type that tempts so many into falling head over heels with our incomparable City of Tribes.
Iconic stars of Hollywood’s golden age mingle freely on the stage in Of All The Bars, the exciting and innovative new play from Banana Moon productions which arrives in Kilkenny this weekend.