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HE IS admired by Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, and Roger Waters; has won numerous awards throughout a near 50 year career; and his songwriting has infleunced generations of musicians.
A very special evening is promised in the Black Box on Wednesday, December 12th. Beyond the Music presents the compelling music of the iconic U2 album ‘The Joshua Tree’. The music is performed by a live band, choir and orchestra. Stunning arrangements and all orchestral parts have been arranged and scored by the creative team and subsequently recorded with the multi-award-winning and internationally-renowned Prague FILMharmonic Orchestra.
Why do people have two ears? Basically, it is to widen the scope of your hearing so you can find out where sounds are coming from, and from what distance. In reality it is not your ears that do the listening, but your brain. And to interpret sounds correctly, the information it receives must be as accurate and as detailed as possible.
PEARL JEM, the Irish tribute band to Pearl Jam, the long running Seattle band who were among the pioneers of grunge, return to Galway in October.
DYLAN MURPHY, the guitarist with Steven Sharpe's band The Broke Straight Boys, releases a new single next week, and joins forces with Galway singer-songwriter Eoin Dolan, for a gig.
DJ OLIVIA, a key player in the Polish electronic music scene for more than a decade, returns to Galway to play the next Factory night at the Electric Garden and Theatre.
THE THREE EPs, released under the How To Solve Our Human Problems title, have now been grouped into one release, and together merge and flow seamlessly as an album.
GASH COLLECTIVE, which provides a platform for female-identifying DJs and producers to create, share, and collaborate together in the field of electronica, is coming to Electric.
SOUND OF The Sirens, the English duo whose music straddles folk, indie, and pop, and who Acoustic magazine described as "two celestial voices weaving over acoustic guitars", play Galway this weekend.
John Ryan and Dave Gleeson were inspired to establish Blackberry Hearing due to the shockingly high cost of hearing aids in Ireland.