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Spats Colombo - new band, new single, new album

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IN 1959 Spats Colombo was a gangstar in Some Like It Hot, played by George Raft. Today Spats Colombo is a Galway sextet whose sound runs the gamut from indie-rock to ska.

The National - mistaken for strangers

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THE NATIONAL, the greatest band in the world right now, take to the stage in Galway in July. The centre of attention will be vocalist Matt Berninger, a charismatic storm of passion and masculine existential angst, his lyrics matched by the intensity of guitarists Aaron and Bryce Dessner, and the imaginative rhythms of drummer Bryan Devendorf, while calmly, authoritatively anchoring all this tension and release will be bassist Scott Devendorf.

Further acts announced for Westport festival

Westport Festival of Music and Food has announced that Little Green Cars will perform on the Roisin Dubh stage at the family friendly boutique festival which takes place in the picturesque grounds of Westport House on both the  Saturday and Sunday nights of the festival. It is the first time an act will play on both nights of the festival.

The Evolution of The Deans

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OVER THE past few years County Galway band The Deans have moved from being a blues rock trio to one whose sound embraces folk, jazz, psychedelia, and roots.

Planet of sound

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BLUR IS a band I’ve long had a difficult relationship with - from loving their early psychedelic indie pop, then despising their Britpop era, to regaining admiration for the quartet’s late 1990s triumphs.

Introducing The Strypes at the Royal Theatre

The Strypes are an exciting young beat group from Cavan who have recently taken the country by storm with their 60s inspired sets. The four-piece band comprises singer Ross Farrelly, guitarist Josh McClorey, bassist Pete O'Hanlon, and drummer Evan Walsh, with an average age of just 15. They are set to be everywhere this summer with festival dates home and abroad, and right now these young mods from Cavan are all over the radio with the lead track from their first EP You can’t judge a book by the cover.

Introducing The Strypes at the Royal Theatre

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The Strypes are an exciting young beat group from Cavan who have recently taken the country by storm with their 60s inspired sets. The four-piece band comprises singer Ross Farrelly, guitarist Josh McClorey, bassist Pete O'Hanlon, and drummer Evan Walsh, with an average age of just 15. They are set to be everywhere this summer with festival dates home and abroad, and right now these young mods from Cavan are all over the radio with the lead track from their first EP You can’t judge a book by the cover.

Mumford & Sons: Gentlemen on tour

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MUMFORD & SONS could be classed as idealists. They have a strong belief in the ideas of community and locality. It’s an idea that comes through in the band’s name, but also in their approach to the current tour - the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover.

Ray Davies to play Róisín Dubh

RAY DAVIES, one of England’s greatest songwriters and the leader of the legendary band The Kinks will play his first gig in Galway in more than a decade this summer.

21 Outs to launch debut album in Kelly's

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21 OUTS will launch their debut album Maybe I’ll Have Yours upstairs at Kelly’s, Bridge Street, this Saturday at 9pm.

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