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ON OCTOBER 14 1996, an Offaly singer-songwriter going by the name of Mundy released his debut album, Jelly Legs, on Epic Records, a subsidiary of Sony. It won critical praise and sold 60,000 copies around the world.
WITH THEIR Top 20 debut single 'XO', and follow-up single 'Catch', Cork quartet The Elation are no longer a secret, but a rising name in Irish rock, a trend that looks set to continue with their latest single.
AS FRONTMAN for outrageous Detroit band Electric Six, he brought us to the ‘Gay Bar’ and warned us of the dangers of ‘High Voltage’. These days Dick Valentine is solo and about to make a welcome return to Galway.
"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.
FRESH FROM their recent tour of the US, Baile an Salsa - the Latin music/Irish trad fusion band - are back in Galway and will play the Monroe's Live Main Stage this Saturday from 9pm.
HAILING FROM the Willamette valley in Oregon, True North combine traditional bluegrass instrumentation with fat harmonies and folk-edged songwriting.
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.
FROM BE-BOP, to laid back instrumentals, to standards by Miles Davis, Art Blakley, Benny Golson, and Grant Green, all will be played at Killer Joe's Jazz Club in Monroe's The Side Bar this Sunday from 8pm.
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.