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Sinead O’Connor and John Grant for festival Big Top

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SINEAD O’CONNOR, one of Ireland’s most individual, eclectic, and controversial singer-songwriters, and John Grant, the American singer-songwriter, whose music The Guardian described as “completely compelling, profoundly discomforting but beautiful”, play the Galway International Arts Festival this summer.

‘Moving to Nashville from Mobile was overwhelming’

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BETH NIELSEN Chapman, one of Nashville’s foremost singer-songwriters, comes to the Black Box Theatre next week for what promises to be a memorable gig. An accomplished recording artist in her own right, Chapman has also penned numerous hits for Bonnie Raitt, Emmylou Harris, Bette Midler, Elton John, Neil Diamond, Waylon Jennings, Faith Hill, and Willie Nelson.

Last few tickets remain for John Grant

JOHN GRANT, the American singer-songwriter, whose albums Queen Of Denmark and Pale Green Ghosts have won him admiration and acclaim, is coming to Galway.

Kerbdog battle back to the stage

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To day time listeners to 2FM’s Rick O’Shea show his voice is a familiar part of the “organised madness” that goes out on the air each afternoon. But a long time before he ever took to the national airwaves, Cormac Battle was living the life that everyone who picks up a guitar dreams of. Moving to London with his band Kerbdog to record a debut album, then following that up by heading to the USA to record the follow up, before being dropped by the record label, Battle has seen both the good and the bad side of the music industry during the 1990s.

Seamus Kelleher @ Monroe’s Live

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GALWAY BORN, US based guitarist Seamus Kelleher will play Monroe’s Live this Sunday at 8pm with all proceeds going to the Galway Hospice.

Pierce Turner - dancing on table tops with Julie London

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“I LOVE the way Pierce Turner sings. He walks on the table tops and dances between the ashtrays and the glasses. As the women peek up the leg of his trousers he lets on not to notice.”

Pappy’s Fun Club - a very English kind of good–natured silliness

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IT’S HARD to top English comedy, but that nation’s approach to humour falls into two distinct categories, the dark, such as The League Of Gentlemen and One Foot In The Grave, or the wonderfully silly, like Monty Python.

 

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