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Some of Paddy Casey's well known hits include "Sweet Surburban Sky" which featured on the Dawson’s Creek soundtrack, "Saints and Sinners" and "Bend Down Low".
GIVEN STRANGE Brew Rekkids' releases to date have been firmly rooted in electronica, the sound of a gentle electric guitar, piano, and an oboe playing a melody faintly recalling Bette Midler's 'The Rose', is the last thing you expect to hear.
A GATHERING of some of the Ireland's leading electronica/indie acts in the Róísín Dubh next week is likely to be a highlight of Once Upon A Time Back The West, Galway's West End's celebration of live music, comedy and club culture.
Singer-songwriter Paddy comes to the Garbo’s venue in Castlebar this Saturday night January 14. Casey, who has just released his new single titled “Everything Must Change” from his upcoming new album due to be released in 2017, will play a highly anticipated show at the music venue this coming Saturday night. Support comes from local singer songwriters Con Murphy and Dennis McCalmont.
Paddy Casey has just announced a show at The Garbo’s venue in Castlebar. Casey who just released his new single titled 'Everything Must Change' from his upcoming new album due to be released in 2017 will be performing at the Castlebar venue on January 14.
PADDY CASEY closes 2016 with new song, ‘Everything Must Change’, a taster for his forthcoming sixth album, due for release in spring 2017. Before that he plays the Róisín Dubh.
PADDY – a powerful and action-packed musical/drama – starring internationally-renowned singer Tommy Fleming comes to the Black Box Theatre Galway from September 1 to September 4.
HOW DID the lawyer who prosecuted the 1916 leaders end up in one of the highest positions in the Free State? Why were 280,000 women denied the vote in the Treaty Election of 1922? And why does Michael Collins' assassination remain shrouded in mystery?
A sensational new drama/musical simply entitled Paddy is coming to the Dean Crowe Theatre in Athlone on Friday, November 20.
If you think Saint Patrick’s Brass band seems to have been around forever, you are almost right. It was founded 119 years ago in 1896, in Forster Street by Peter Rabbitte, Michael Spelman, and Paddy Walsh. It was originally a fife and drum band known as St Patrick’s Fife and Drum Band Society.