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Get Ready! Battle of the Bands kicks off this Thursday (May 17) at 10pm at the Prince of Wales Hotel, Athlone.
BAILE AN SALSA, the great Galway-based international band, who fuse Latin American music and Irish folk and trad, will play a late show at Monroe's next weekend.
WHIPLASH, the Galway based Metallica tribute act, play Monroe's next week, and can be expected to deliver a thrilling set drawn from the LA band's classic 1983 - 1991 era.
PARQUET COURTS have been making excellent albums for some time now, but Wide Awake! is the one where they finally step out from under the shadows of Pavement and The Velvet Underground.
IF YOU cannot make it to Nick Cave's concert with Patti Smith in Kilmainham in June, you can enjoy a week of concert films and documentaries on the Australian genius at the Palás Cinema.
As I write the tulips are making a wonderful show in the garden and every time I look out the window they lift the spirits. They have to be one of my favourite flowers, both for growing and cutting and I could never have too many. Which is just as well, as in our climate they are the least reliable of spring bulbs – hence the diva reputation. For every dozen you plant, eleven or twelve will perform beautifully the following spring, but in the year after that you would be lucky if two or three bother to show up.
Get Ready! Battle of the Bands kicks off this Thursday night (May 17th). Over the next month, unsigned bands will take to the stage at The Prince Bar, Athlone and perform live for your vote. This is an excellent opportunity for up & coming bands to win a coveted prize fund worth €10,000. Three bands will compete in each battle with one emerging through to our Semi-Final in June. The winning band will be chosen by the result of a judge & audience vote.
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DIY DUB-punk and ska from the north of England, and a one man acoustic comedic whirlwind, will be in the upstairs bar of the Róisín Dubh, next week.
THE TURBULENT, inspirational, and ever-evolving journey of Irish music, will be performed by 16 traditional musicians, in the Town Hall Theatre tomorrow night.