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BRIAN DEADY has been declared Ireland's "new soul star," by The Irish Times and "our favourite act in Ireland” by no less a legend than Nile Rodgers of Chic.
An independent councillor in the midlands is hoping to beat the X-Factor to the Christmas No 1 in the music charts with his cover of the old Flying Pickets hit song, “Only You.”
JAKE CARTER, the younger brother of Irish country music sensation Nathan Carter, has just released his new EP Three Things, and is coming to play Galway as part of his current Irish tour.
WITH THEIR Top 20 debut single 'XO', and follow-up single 'Catch', Cork quartet The Elation are no longer a secret, but a rising name in Irish rock, a trend that looks set to continue with their latest single.
DERMOT KENNEDY, the Dublin singer-songwriter Clash magazine called "something special", this week announced dates for a new European tour, which includes a Galway show in October.
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.
A group of young musicians from Galway have secured an historic double at the Irish Youth Music Awards, winning the national competition for the second year in a row.
1972 WAS one hell of a year for music. It was the year of Roxy Music's debut album; David Bowie's breakthrough with The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars; and Bowie also wrote a hit song for Mott The Hoople and produced Transformer for Lou Reed.
A special CD dedicated to mothers which will help raise funds for the Galway Hospice has been launched by Chris Sherlock and Paschal Brennan.
HE PLAYS "enchanting, fragile folk-pop" says The Independent. His music is "steeped in emotion” according to DIY, and he is "the real deal” declared Q. He is Benjamin Francis Leftwich.