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EOIN DOLAN, the Galway singer-songwriter whose music fuses folk, surf-rock, and melodic pop, launches his new single, 'Something Good', with a show in Bell, Book and Candle, The Small Crane, this Saturday at 2pm.
CRANKY FACE, the Galway group featuring guitarist Fuz Reilly (Boyfights), vocalist/guitarist Simon Noble (Spats Colombo, Mugger Dave), drummer Mosey Byrne (Rural Savage), and bassist/Citóg co-organiser Hob Junker, have released their debut EP, We Should Hate.
IF THERE is such a thing as a Galway 'Supergroup', Cranky Face just might be it, being made up of guitarist Fuz Reilly (Boyfights), vocalist/guitarist Simon Noble (Spats Colombo, Mugger Dave), drummer Mosey Byrne (Rural Savage), and bassist/Citóg co-organiser Hob Junker.
"PEOPLE SHOULD expect the unexpected from The Waterboys,” band leader Mike Scott declared recently. However as Stewart Lee recently noted at his comedy festival gig, the band can be expected to play 'Whole Of The Moon' as an encore.
CITÓG RETURNS to the Róisín Dubh, not only for a new series of its monthly gigs in the Dominick Street venue, but with the first Galway gig in a number of years from Music For Dead Birds, who have also just released a new EP.
JOHN GRANT, whose Big Top concert was the undoubted highlight of last summer's Galway International Arts Festival, returns to Galway in the New Year, playing the Seapoint Ballroom on Saturday January 30 at 8pm.
Have you the next guitar star or drummer in your house? Do you want to learn to strut your stuff without having to fork out on expensive instruments?
SINCE THE late 1980s, The Hothouse Flowers have been renowned for their a passionate fusion of rock with the rootsy sounds of Irish folk and American gospel, and shows lasting between two and three hours, depending on the "level of fever in the room".
Social dancing has certainly experienced a growing rise in popularity in recent years and young stars like Nathan Carter and Derek Ryan have attracted a whole new generations of dancers to the country scene. Now a Loughrea based dance teacher is aiming to make jiving easily accessible to the masses.