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The Irish husband-and-wife Americana/Roots duo comprising KJ McEvoy and Aileen Mythen will play in Christ Church, Castlebar this evening, Friday October 12, joined by very special guest - blues / soul singer, Joanne Keegan.
Ballina will welcome one of the world's most prestigious and critically acclaimed music festivals this September when it hosts a leg of Other Voices.
While most people think of dolls as mass-produced Barbie-type artefacts, the creations of Kinvara based dollmaker Helga Pikal are of an entirely different order. Her hand-made, lovingly crafted, dolls present an array of vividly realised characters from world myth and folklore, as well as famous singers and musicians like Keith Richards and Willie Nelson.
WHETHER MICAH P Hinson was "raised by snake-handlers or worked at the local food court", his music "would still bleed authenticity". So wrote music critic Brian Howe about the Texan born indie Americana singer-songwriter.
Renmore singer Pat Creaven, is chasing his dream of country music success in Glor Tíre TG4’s nationwide search for a country star.
AMERICAN BLUESMAN Randall ‘Big Daddy’ Webster and songwriter/broadcaster Patrick Horgan bring their ‘Tangled Roots Tour’ to the Monroe’s Backstage Bar on Thursday June 30 at 9pm.
IRISH ROCKABILLY queen Imelda May and singer-songwriter Damien Dempsey will play the Galway International Arts Festival Absolut Big Top on Thursday July 21 at 7pm and tickets go on sale tomorrow.
OUTLAW COUNTRY is a form of country music pioneered by the maverick brilliance of Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings, a tradition continued by Daniel Kemish, who plays Monroe's Live on Sunday April 24 at 9pm.
Albert Hammond owes a lot to a man who had a barber's shop in Gibraltar. As a child the world famous singer/songwriter used to sweep hair off the floor in exchange for guitar lessons.
IN 1961, a young singer-songwriter, originally from Seattle, but now part of the thriving folk community in New York's Greenwich Village, released her debut album, A Maid Of Constant Sorrow. The closing track was 'The Rising Of The Moon', an Irish ballad inspired by the 1798 Rebellion. The choice of that song was both a confirmation of deep Irish roots, and of a long association with Ireland that continues to this day.