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It’s Christmas party time again and The Royal Castlebar Theatre and Event Centre has organised the best party nights around. Its Christmas party season kicks off on Friday December 4 when Katherine Lynch dons one of her many outfits and delights us with her hilarious humour and sometimes controversial stories.
JOE LALLY was inspired to take up the bass guitar after seeing Minor Threat and Dag Nasty in action. It also inspired him to form a band - Fugazi.
WHEN JAZZ trio Way Out Of Town Trio start playing music they merge jazz, lounge, ambient, and hip hop to a point where free turns funky, and then funky gets swinging.
HATS OFF Gentlemen, A Genius! Does the title of this concert by the much admired young pianist Cedric Tiberghien sound as if he’s giving himself a massive pat on the back?
Touring extensively and receiving rapturous acclaim over recent months, The Irish Pink Floyd present an exhilarating audio-visual live show that spans the entire 16-album repertoire that their mentors amassed during their 30-year tenure as the archetypal pioneers of experimental rock. It has been described as 'A musical and visual feast for the Pink Floyd fanatic as well as the casual fan alike'. The Irish Pink Floyd presents a show that combines the very best of Pink Floyd's back catalogue with the extravagance of their legendary lives shows. The Irish Pink Floyd set list for 2009 includes songs from The Dark side of the Moon, Animals, Wish You Were Here, The Wall, and The Final Cut.
Having performed for Nelson Mandela at the Yankee Stadium, for the Pope in Central Park, with the Chieftains on their US tour and on U2's Rattle and Hum album, film and tour, the Harlem Gospel Choir will, once again, return to Ireland for an extensive tour incluing a date at the Dean Crowe, Athlone on Friday November 20.
WHEN THE names of great reggae acts are mentioned The Wailers are always included and always near the top of the list. The band has been together in various guises for more than 40 years, and for most of those the line-up has featured Aston ‘Family Man’ Barrett.
NICK DRAKE, one of the greatest and most romantic figures in British folk music, died 35 years ago this year, and to mark the occasion, his life and music will be celebrated in Galway.
THE CITY is in for a treat with a weekend of jazz from leading practitioners of the genre from Norway, Germany, Italy, and Ireland at the Galway Jazz Festival which runs from this evening up to Sunday night.
The Chieftains are now recognised for bringing traditional Irish music to the world's attention. They have uncovered the wealth of traditional Irish music that has accumulated over the centuries, making the music their own with a style that is as exhilarating as it is definitive.