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INDEPENDENT GALWAY musicians, from singer-songwriters, to punks, indie rockers, prog-rockers, and avant-gardists, will gather over four nights for the Indie Label Showcases as part of the Galway Fringe Festival.
THE OUTRAGEOUSLY brilliant Steve Sharpe, and the quirkily wonderful Tara Stacey, will be in the upstairs bar of the Róisín Dubh, for a double bill of great music and song.
The 21st Baboró International Arts Festival for Children is just around the corner and kicks off this Monday October 16. As we continue our Baboró Ambassador series, we meet Tracy Bruen.
THE DIRTY Circus is well known as a great night of burlesque and cabaret, with the star attraction being the stunningly sexy divas of all body types, but what about a night featuring just the men, performing what is known as 'Boylesque'?
TRACY BRUEN is something of a modern day Renaissance woman - singer, songwriter, pianist, guitarist, band leader, theatre director and actor, teacher at a special needs school, and a Galway Advertiser Solo Artist of the Year winner. Next week opens a new chapter in her creative life when she launches her debut album Mirror.
FOR THE novelist Stephen King, Texan James McMurtry is "the truest, fiercest songwriter of his generation"; for the BBC's Bob Harris he is "the most vital lyricist in America today"; while The Monkee's Mike Nesmith calls him, "a true Americana poet".
Galway Band of The Year 2016: We Banjo 3
STEVEN SHARPE & The Broke Straight Boys headline the second annual Citóg Records Christmas show in the Róisín Dubh, which will raise funds for AMACH! LGBT Galway, and its new resource and support centre, Teach Solais.
THE NEW 52 is a name that to many signifies DC Comics' relaunch of its superhero titles, but it is also the name of the new indie/pop-rock project of Dublin singer-songwriter Darragh Cullen, who has a new album and a show in Galway this week.
TRACY BRUEN, the Galway Advertiser's Galway Solo Artist of the Year 2015, and her band, will play Strange Brew, one of Ireland’s longest running club nights, in the Róisín Dubh this week.