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Big Generator will be gracing Karma’s stage on Friday September 24 as part of their Karma Live brand this month.
Kilkenny County Library’s brand new online service - The Naxos Music Library was launched recently by award winning Kilkenny violinist, Maria Ryan.
Forget about X-Factor, You’re a Star, or Ireland’s Got Talent, as the west’s biggest ever battle of the bands competition, Blast 2010, is launched at the west’s newest and most exciting entertainment venue, The Gateway Live in Belmullet. Blast 2010 at the Gateway Live is set to attract all types of acts and bands from all over the west of Ireland with a prize fund of €8,000 on offer, including a professional recording contract to help launch the career of the winning band or act.
Forget about X-Factor, You’re a Star, or Ireland’s Got Talent as the west’s biggest ever Battle of the Bands competition Blast 2010 is launched at the west’s newest and most exciting entertainment venue, the Gateway Live in Belmullet, Co Mayo.
Susan Boyle came to international public attention when she appeared on Britain’s Got Talent last year and made her dreams come true by shocking audiences with her truly amazing voice as she performed ‘I Dreamed a Dream’ from Les Miserables. More recently she made a very special guest appearance as part of Daniel O’Donnell’s concert at The Royal Theatre, Castlebar last Saturday night, July 24. Susan, who was on a private visit to Knock Shrine, received a total of four standing ovations during her surprise performance. Susan sang ‘I Dreamed a Dream’ and also joined Daniel O’Donnell in a duet of ‘Our Lady Of Knock’.
CHARLES WEBSTER, one of the leading DJs on the house music scene, will play Deeper at The Cellar Bar this Bank Holiday Sunday.
Kilkenny County Council Arts office in partnership with Kilkenny Arts Festival is hosting a free public seminar discussing the future of music promotion and distribution.
BADLY DRAWN Boy, aka Manchester singer and composer Damon Gough, will play the Radisson Live Lounge on Saturday July 17 at 9pm as part of the Galway Arts Festival.
DIDO HAS just released her new album Safe Trip Home (Sony BMG) and the Galway Advertiser has five copies to give away.
Gemma Hayes has just been announced as the support act for Ray Lamontagne who plays the Royal Theatre Castlebar on Sunday September 6. Gemma is enjoying the success of an artist that comes from years of hard work and love of music, and this showed this January when Hayes was nominated for Best Irish Female at the 2009 Meteor Irelands Music Awards. Hayes' third album The Hollow of Morning was released in May of last year in Ireland, and debuted at number 12 in the Irish Albums Chart, and earlier this year she performed at the Oscar Wilde party in Los Angeles, California. The annual event takes place days before the Oscars, and celebrates the best of Irish popular culture.