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Yes victory marks ‘a change for a better future’ says Galway Together For Yes

The Irish people’s decision to repeal the Eighth Amendment from the Constitution has been described by Galway Together for Yes as “incredibly welcome”, and the group has thanked “all our campaigners, supporters, and volunteers for their amazing work over the past few months”.

Seán Keane contines An Taibhdhearc residency

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SEÁN KEANE, one of Ireland's finest and most admired folk singers, continues his Monday night residency at An Taibhdhearc, with shows taking place across June and August.

UB40 to headline Fever Pitch music festival

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UB40, THE long running British reggae band, best known for the songs 'Red, Red, Wine' and 'Breakfast In Bed', headline the Fever Pitch music festival on Sunday, with Rudimental headlining on Saturday.

Lose up to two stone in ten weeks

There are three keys to a genuine weight loss (real fat 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.

Battle of the Bands heats up at The Prince Bar

Rock 'n' roll was alive and well at The Prince Bar, Athlone, last Thursday as the first round of Battle of the Bands commenced.

Battle of The Bands Commences - Heat 1 off to a flying start!

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Rock N Roll was alive at The Prince Bar, Athlone last Thursday .Heat one included Arthur Wainwright,

The Shacks - psychedelic dream-pop gems

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THERE ARE times when The Shacks' music sounds like some long forgotten, but thankfully now resurrected, psychedelic pop gems from the mid-1960s, except its modern, made by two people aged under 22.

Bell X1 man brings solo venture to Galway

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DAVE GERAGHTY is best known as a a founder member of Bell X1, but in recent years he has been exploring a solo direction under the moniker Join Me In The Pines.

'Songs are a wonderful way to deliver intimate emotions'

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STEEPED IN the culture of his native Middle East, Israeli lutenist Ziv Braha is also a man very much at home with English Renaissance music. He is about to make his Galway debut, playing the Galway Early Music Festival this weekend, but his journey to classical and early music began in a most unexpected way.

US choir to perform at the National Museum of Ireland – Country Life

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There is a real treat in store for fans of choral music at 2.30pm on Thursday, May 24, at the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, Turlough Park, Castlebar.

 

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