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ALL-CONQUERING Galway ‘Celt-grass’ combo We Banjo 3 have released their fifth album, Haven, which is garnering great reviews from critics. The Irish Times has enthused over "Enda Scahill’s brilliantly metronomic banjo, which trades notes with brother Fergal’s sweeping fiddle and Martin Howley’s sparkling mandolin"; Glide magazine found the album "exuberant, enthralling and imbued with emotion"; and The Country Note hailed it as "a stellar album from start to finish".
IS CHRIS Haze the hardest working man in Galway, and indeed Irish, music? Probably, and after three years in which he has enjoyed a string of hits, this month finally sees him playing a headline, hometown gig.
By Charlie McBride
ALBERT LEE boasts a career that is the envy of many musicians, having worked with numerous legends in rock and country, and becoming something of a legend in his own right.
WHEN I meet Ultan Conlon in the House Hotel on Saturday afternoon I find him in the best of humour; he has just learned his current single ‘The Measure’ has reached Number 1 on RTÉ’s charts and he is clearly enjoying the affirmative glow of its success.
JIM ROONEY, the acclaimed Nashville producer and musician, is coming to County Galway to play a concert with guitarist Arty McGlynn and 4 Men & A Dog's Mick Daly.
MARY COUGHLAN, Ireland's greatest jazz singer, will headline the next in Ollie Jenning's new series of gig nights, the Druid Sessions, with the show taking place in early March.
SINGER-SONGWRITERS Kiernan McMullan and Aaron Shanley, who are currently touring Ireland, play an intimate gig in The Secret Garden café, William Street West, on Sunday January 14.
THE MAE Trio, the Australian contemporary folk group, are coming to Ireland to promote their new album, Take Care Take Cover, and will play two dates in County Galway.
CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED Irish singer-songwriter, producer Don Mescall, who has written songs for Lulu, The Backstreet Boys, and Frances Black, is coming to Galway this month to play Monroe's.