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Legendary Irish musician Sharon Shannon is renowned for embracing all musical genres and collaborating with many different artists including U2, Sinead O Connor, Willie Nelson, Steve Earle, Jackson Browne, Nigel Kennedy, and Christy Moore. She is coming back to Castlebar to the Royal Theatre, on December 27 for a special post-Christmas show.
THE MOLLY Hicks will bring the sounds of Appalachian, bluegrass, country and gospel music to the Campbell’s Tavern, Cloughanover this Saturday at 9.30pm.
TOM PAXTON, one of the enduring legends of American folk music, is coming to the Town Hall at the end of this month for what promises to be a real treat for concert-goers.
THE GREAT American country and folk singer-songwriter Gillian Welch recently released her new album The Harrow & The Harvest.
It all started with a trip to the Galway Races and a chance encounter with a lady who liked a few bets on the gee-gees. It was further compounded by another chance encounter, this time with two men, who offered a seat and good company in a crowded Galway city bar.
Locals in Mayo have grown accustomed in recent years to seeing big names lining up at The Royal Theatre in Castlebar and no longer blink an eyelid on learning that stars such as Willie Nelson, Bryan Adams, or Snow Patrol are coming to town. Indeed, the association of Castlebar as a stop-off point for the rich and famous is now so ingrained that it would not surprise us if Kylie or Beyonce made an appearance. Why the fuss?
Iconic American country superstar Willie Nelson will be live in concert for one night only on Saturday June 5 in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar. Nelson’s latest album American Classic which is out now has become his most successful album of his career so far reaching number one on the Billboard’s country album chart and racking up more than five million in sales. It earned Nelson a Country Male Vocal Performance Grammy and, most significantly, helped to transform a colourful, middle-aged, cult figure into a mainstream star.
After playing Glastonbury and Electric Picnic last year its now Castlebar’s turn to get a “Boom Boom” as Imelda May belts out some of her addictive tunes including “Big Bad Handsome Man”, “Falling in Love with you again”, and “Johnny got a Boom Boom” The sensational Imelda May comes to the Royal Theatre on Friday June 4. Having received the award for Best Irish Female last year she then performed at the Meteor Music Awards, firmly placing her in the hearts of music lovers.
American Country Superstar Willie Nelson is to play a concert in Mayo on June 5, with tickets on sale from today.
HotPress compared their music to U2. News of the World called their debut album “beautiful and atmospheric”. The rest of their fan base, who have helped to make them one of the country’s most formidable live bands, calls them just plain amazing. Dublin-based band Caruso comes to the Roisin Dubh this Sunday in a not-to-be-missed gig.