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THE INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed Irish blues-rock guitarist Eamonn McCormack will next month play his first Galway show in almost a decade, as part of his first Irish tour in more than five years.
THIS MONTH marks the 32nd anniversary of the all too early passing of the great Phil Lynott, but the music of the Thin Lizzy singer, bassist, songwriter, and leader, will be celebrated in Galway this weekend.
TOMORROW MARKS a significant milestone in Elaine Cosgrove’s career as a writer. While already a published poet - her work has appeared in The Stinging Fly, The Penny Dreadful, and The Bohemyth, and was selected for the Eyewear Publishing anthology Best New British & Irish Poets - Transmissions is her stepping onto a bigger stage.
Midge Ure can look back on a 40 year musical career of no little achievement - co-creator of classic hit singles 'Vienna', 'Fade To Grey', and 'Do They Know It's Christmas?' and helping pioneer electro-pop with Ultravox and Visage - but this is only part of the Scotsman's story.
PHIL LYNOTT - rock icon, Black-Irishman, singer, songwriter, icon, inspiration, and the personification of Thin Lizzy, died 31 years ago this year, and Galway will mark his passing and celebrate his music, this week.
Few can resist the seductive charms of a love song and down the ages Ireland has proffered its share of heart-beguiling airs. Galway author Gerry Hanberry has now taken 15 famous Irish love songs and tells the story of the women who inspired them, in his new book, On Raglan Road, published by Collins Press.
2016 MARKS the 30th anniversary of the death of the man who remains the most iconic Irish rock musicians of them all - Phil Lynott - and his life and music is to be celebrated in Monroe's live.