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SHE GREW up 100 miles from London in the English East Midlands city of Leicester, but being away from the metropolis has proven an advantage for Mahalia, and her dreams of a career in music.
KATIE KIM, the slowcore, ethereal, ambient folk/pop singer-songwriter is coming to Galway to play the next FEAST night at the Róisín Dubh, performing songs from her new album, Salt.
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”.
Mary Coughlan and her band are bringing her new show 'Live & Kicking' to Roscommon Arts Centre on Friday, October 27 at 8pm.
TODAY MARKS Day 3 of the Vodafone Comedy Carnival and tonight sees the opening of the Spiegeltent, the centrepiece of festivities. The Eyre Square box office is similarly active. So, all systems go for the biggest comedy event this city has yet seen.
You’ll be seeing a lot of pink this month and if you don’t know why, then lucky you. Most will know that in this part of the world, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month when pink is the order of the day to raise awareness of this dangerous disease and remind us all to be vigilant, as thankfully, when detected and treated early, outcomes for those affected can be much better than in times past. This month you’ll see magazines with pink covers, designers flogging pink frocks and all manner of products from phone covers to lipstick to kitchen utensils produced in limited-edition shades of pink, with many donating a percentage of proceeds to breast cancer charities both here and in the U.K.
Marty Morrissey made his debut appearance at the National Novena in Knock on Wednesday. The Basilica at Knock was packed to capacity and, following a short introduction from Fr Richard Gibbons, Marty came out to wide applause and looked right at home underneath the stunning apparition mosaic.
James Kilbane invites you to join him for an evening sing along of Irish song, culture, and tradition every Thursday from August 3 for the months of August and September at the Plaza Hotel, Westport, starting at 9pm. In 2003 Phil Coulter considered Kilbane, “A diamond in the rough” and now James is a well known singer at home and abroad.
It has been some year for JBM Merit — not alone are the company experiencing a spur in growth providing intelligent epos solutions to some of the world’s top retailers, but these efforts have been recognised by their peers in the industry.
FREDDIE MERCURY once sang 'I love to ride my bicycle, I love to ride my bike', while Luke Bloom encouraged listeners to, 'Ah go on, get up on your bike!' - and Galwegians will have the chance to do this for charity this summer.