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The An Post Cycle Series, supported by An Post, the Irish Sports Council and local sports partnerships, encourages people of all fitness levels to get on their bikes in one of the five cycling tours across the country between May and September. The An Post Yeats Tour of Sligo kicks off the series on the May bank holiday weekend and this year is part of the Yeats 2015 celebrations where cyclists can enjoy the wonderful scenery of Sligo, the spiritual home of the great poet.
IRISH JAZZ/folk musician Aengus Hackett and Turkish singer Sanem Kalfa, have joined forces to explore their respective country’s traditional music.The results of this collaboration will be heard during the Irish-Turkish Project tour which comes to Galway on Thursday March 12 at 1pm in The Cube Theatre, NUI Galway, and Friday 13 at 9pm in Campbell’s Tavern, Cloughanover.
ANDRES MARTORELL is a man on the move. Sunday night found the singer in Carna, where he was taking part in a traditional singers circle. The following morning comes this interview. An hour later he is en route to Dublin to catch a flight to Denmark.
Sssshhh, quiet now, quiet now lads, give him a chance give him a chance….
Irish quintet Cronin return with the Nelson Riddle EP which is set for release on March 2.
LISA LAMBE, the singer The Irish Times described as having a voice of “pure gold” plays the Mick Lally Theatre, Druid Lane, this coming Monday.
THEY HAVE “every right to be claimed as Ireland’s best live act right now,” according to Golden Plec; they are Ireland’s first New Orleans style brass band, and they have just released their first EP.
The Acoustic Yard, a monthly showcasing of some of Ireland’s best singer/songwriting talent in the Yard Bar at Matt Molloy’s, Westport, is celebrating its first anniversary on Sunday.
Local music promotor Finbar Hoban is bringing Irish singer and songwriter Declan O’Rourke to Garbos venue in Castlebar on Friday February 27 for what promises to be a very intimate show with the acclaimed crooner.
JULIAN GOUGH, the award winning novelist and former lead singer of the great Irish indie band Toasted Heretic, reads at this month’s Over The Edge.