Search Results for 'Paul Weller'

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'I can still compete with anyone despite being around so long'

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WHEN XTC’S Colin Moulding presented the band with ‘Making Plans For Nigel’, it immediately appealed to band leader Andy Partridge who felt the melody “reminded me of Gilbert O’Sullivan”.

Inishbofin summer concerts

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MICK FLANNERY, Wallis Bird, and Declan O’Rourke are among the leading Irish singer-songwriters who will be making their way to Inisbofin, for the Connemara island's 21st series of summer concerts.

Album review: The Charlatans

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IT SAYS much for The Charlatans that, while other Manchester bands of their vintage who may have been bigger went and imploded long ago, Tim Burgess and friends have quietly been able to keep going.

Weekend gigs @ The Quays

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THE QUAYS is hosting gigs by some of Galway and Ireland's most popular covers bands this weekend, and the venue is also running an offer of free entry to gigs on Fridays and Sundays.

Declan O'Rourke plays next Nocturne gig

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“HE WRITES the sort of classic songs people don’t write anymore, songs that sound like they’ve been around forever...Listen to 'Galileo', possibly the greatest song written in the last 30 years.”

Inishbofin Concerts celebrate 20th anniversary

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MARY COUGHLAN, Declan O'Rourke, and Mick Flannery are among the leading singers and musicians who will play the forthcoming Inishbofin Concert series, which is now celebrating its 20th anniversary.

Villagers announce Galway show - and new album

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FRESH FROM their recent tour with Paul Weller and John Grant, Villagers, led by Conor O'Brien, one of the greatest singer-songwriters to emerge from Ireland in recent years, have announced a concert at the The Black Box Theatre on Friday January 29.

Brand New Zeros and Cronin @ Monroe’s Live

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TWO BANDS - Brand New Zeros and Cronin - one English, the other Irish, and who play original music, will both play Monroe’s Live on Sunday October 25 at 9pm.

 

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