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YOU MAY not know the name Ivor Raymonde, but if you know Dusty Springfield's 'I Only Want To Be With You' or The Walker Brothers' 'Make It Easy On Yourself', you have heard his work.
Sherry FitzGerald brings to the market No 225 Corrib Park, for sale by private treaty. This is a mid-terrace two storey family home located close to a large communal green, playing pitches, and amenity area in the popular development of Corrib Park. Built in the mid 1970s this lovely dwelling has been well maintained and cared for over the years and is presented in good decorative order throughout. Corrib Park is a popular, well located, development close to NUIG, UHG, and Galway city centre.
THE CHAMBER Philharmonia Cologne, one of Germany's finest classical music ensembles, make their annual journey to Galway, to play works by Vivaldi, Handel, Peter Tchaikovsky, and Niccolo Paganini.
ANDRÉ RIEU'S annual Maastricht concert will be broadcast live via satellite, from the violinist and orchestra leader's hometown in the Netherlands, to more than 2000 cinemas worldwide, including to The Eye Cinema in Galway.
HE TOOK up guitar as a teenager in the Galway of the 1960s, played in a band that supported Thin Lizzy, and more recently has enjoyed a solo career that has seen him tour across the USA.
Long hailed as one of Ireland’s leading songwriters and performers, Kieran Goss’s music has won him fans across the globe. But if his songs have made him a star, his live shows have made him a legend. Live on stage is where Kieran Goss really shines.
Local choirs interested in performing at the Voice of Hope II concert with Tommy Fleming to be recorded in Galway Cathedral this autumn are invited to auditions in the city this weekend.
DYLAN MURPHY, the guitarist with Steven Sharpe's band The Broke Straight Boys, releases a new single next week, and joins forces with Galway singer-songwriter Eoin Dolan, for a gig.
There are three keys to a successful weight loss plan – diet, exercise, and metabolism correction. All three keys interconnect – one will not work without the other. Your metabolism is the most powerful of all the three keys – it is the ‘switch’ that controls everything else. In most people this switch is off.
LIVE ALBUMS are very much a 1970s phenomenon, a chance to vicariously attend a concert by a band who would never play your town. They have also been among the classic 'contractual obligation' releases.