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While Radiohead (and many rock critics) will not admit it, we all know OK Computer was The Wall for the 1990s and that Thom Yorke and co are indebted to Pink Floyd.
ACOUSTIC SKA/reggae star Chris Murray will play upstairs at the Roisin Dubh tomorrow. A gifted songwriter and dynamic performer, he has captivated audiences throughout the US, Europe, South America, Japan, Korea, Mexico, and Canada with his embracing music, penetrating lyrics and soulful presence. From the prestigious Fuji Rock Festival to poverty stricken Oaxaca, Chris delivers his message of hope and humanity with a raw sincerity that connects with the hearts and minds of all.
The upcoming Gael Force West event may be a bit too much for some of you to have a go at, but that doesn’t mean that you have to miss out on all the fun of the event. Once the prize giving is out of the way for the people who put their bodies to the limit during the day, the mother of all after parties will kick off in Westport House when the Legends of Rock take to the stage in the stately home.
Critically acclaimed Irish cellist Gerald Peregrine and pianist Cathal Breslin perform a programme of much-loved cello works at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday September 10 at 8pm.
Snow Patrol have announced a very special Irish tour to take place in December 2009. Snow Patrol Reworked is a live celebration featuring highlights from the band’s 15 year career to date, specially reworked and reinvented. They will be bringing these rewordings live to the stage in Castlebar in the Royal Theatre on Sunday December 6. Snow Patrol are a truly global multi platinum, multi-million, selling success story and the Reworked tour offers a chance to look back to the early days of their career as well as giving fans the opportunity to hear their work interpreted in a new way — at each show Snow Patrol will be joined by other musicians and surprise guests.
A Band Called Wanda are an enigmatic, energetic four-piece band from the west of Ireland.
Kilkenny’s newest theatre The Set is playing host to UK electronic music group The Orb this weekend which is sending shivers of excitement down the spines of many ‘90s music fans throughout the county.
IN THE 1980s and early 1990s Salthill hosted free, live, rock concerts each summer and those days look set to return with the Free By The Sea event as part of the Salthill Community Arts Festival.
Oddsocks Revival was born in Sligo, Ireland with the sole purpose of bringing you good time rock ‘n’ roll, funk and blues. A striking stage presence and blend of music styles has given them a solid rep as a band who will keep the good times rolling. These four talented lads have been playing together since the summer of 2003 and have developed a powerful connection on stage which is evident at every gig.
If you thought your girly night out was at death’s door, then fear not because Boots Athlone and The Prince Bar have come together to launch a new element to your girls night out!