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FARAWAY MARTIN does not do things by half measures. He is based in Qatar, sings songs about drunkenness to people who never imbibe, and has even run a marathon in North Korea.
THE CORONAS, PAUL BRADY, The Dubliners' John Sheahan, and Mick Flannery, are among the musicians portrayed in a new exhibition by the Irish artist Claire Guinan, which opens in Galway next week.
JOHN SPILLANE is a busy man. In September he launched a new TG4 series; last month saw him publish his first book, Will We Be Brilliant Or What?, a collection of lyrics and memoir; and this month he plays Galway.
HE HAS been called "among the most vibrant, poignant, and authentic indie folk artists in New York City," by No Depression magazine, and "a witty storyteller and a not-to-be-missed songsmith", by the Chicago Tribune.
MARY COUGHLAN, Declan O'Rourke, and Mick Flannery are among the leading singers and musicians who will play the forthcoming Inishbofin Concert series, which is now celebrating its 20th anniversary.
THERE IS no standing still in the world of Villagers' leader, vocalist, and songwriter Conor J O'Brien. The Ivor Novello winning, Mercury Prize nominated, artist has undergone a prolific last 18 months, releasing two albums and seeing his music evolve in new and different directions.
THREE PEOPLE have profoundly shaped Mick Flannery the musician, and the music he creates - his mother Elaine; Ricky Lynch, a prominent musician in County Cork; and a chance encounter of a haunting Kurt Cobain performance.
“I’m a bit older and I’ve more to write about...I feel now that I can say ‘me’ or ‘I’ instead of ‘jackal’.” So said Conor J O'Brien, the gifted songwriter at the centre of Villagers in an interview with The Irish Times last year.
Longford’s multidisciplinary arts festival is celebrating its third year this July, with an expanded and ambitious programme in the works.
THE SHAKER Hymn play the "kind of proud, unashamedly guitar-driven record debut that would once have been pounced on by an enlightened imprint such as Creation or Go! Discs”.