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MALMÖ LIES at the very southwestern tip of Sweden’s Øresund strait. The nation’s third largest city, it is connected to the Danish capital Copenhagen via the massive, five mile long, Øresund Bridge. It is also home to many immigrant communities, mostly Middle Eastern and Eastern European, but among them is an Irishman, Richie Egan, better known as Jape.
Are you sick and tired of the same old Valentine cliché each year? Feeling that you must run out and take part in the Valentine’s circus? Tomorrow night Saturday February 11 Live n Loud at the Clubhouse Presents... has decided to bring you something completely different, an Anti-Valentine’s Ball with five of the best emerging bands coming out of Ireland right now. Redneck Manifesto front-man Richie Egan brings his band Jape to Castlebar for the first time ever along with The Ambience Affair, Mia Sparrow, Windings and Bouts.
WHEN YOU have created two of the best and most memorable Irish albums of recent years, won awards, had Brendan Benson play your songs at his DJ sets, and had people singing your words back at you in concert, the question must arise: How do I follow that?
IT HAS been seven years since Gugai, Kevin Healy, et al, took over the Róisín Dubh and in that time it has become one of the finest music and comedy venues in the country.
JAPE, THE solo alter ego of The Redneck Manifesto bassist Richie Egan, makes a welcome return to the Róisín Dubh on Friday May 29 at 8pm as part of the venue’s Once Upon A Time In The West festival.
TO CELEBRATE five very successful years and to get the next chapter in its story under way, the Róisín Dubh will host Once Upon A Time In The West, a festival of music concerts, DJ sets, and pub trails throughout the west of the city from today until Bank Holiday Monday.