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THE MUSIC of Rory Gallagher remains not just one of the great achievements of Irish rock and blues but of rock and blues by anyone, from any country outside the music's birthplace of the USA.
THE BARRY McGivern Band have been playing the music of Rory Gallagher since the man himself was still with us, and they are coming to play Galway tomorrow.
RORY GALLAGHER, possibly the greatest guitarist, and certainly the greatest bluesman, to ever emerge from Ireland, died in 1995, and next week Galway will celebrate both the man and his music.
GERRY MCAVOY and Ted McKenna, both members of Rory Gallagher's band, will join forces for a concert in Galway next month, to perform and celebrate Rory's music.
GERRY QUIGLEY has earned the reputation of being Ireland's "unknown" guitar legend, but his upcoming show at Monroe's Live will leave audiences in no doubt about his prowess on the instrument.
SINNERBOY, THE Rory Gallagher tribute band which has won the praise and admiration of Rory's brother and manager Donal, returns to the Róisín Dubh this Sunday at 9pm.
BARRY MCGIVERN is a self taught guitarist who first saw Rory Gallagher on TV in 1969 performing with his power trio Taste, before eventually seeing the Irish blues legend more than 30 times in concert.
Rory Gallagher is remembered at The Stables Bar, Mullingar this Sunday March 31 in a manner he no doubt would have wanted, by a tribute performance from a class band that celebrates his legendary status through many of his best known and fondly covered classic rock/blues covers.
MARCUS CONNAUGHTON, the broadcaster, writer, and an authority on blues music, will give a talk about Rory Gallagher in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop next week.