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“CHRISTMAS CROONERS is guaranteed to get you in the festive mood; singing and swaying all the way home.” So said the Daily Herald about a show coming to Galway.
MARY COUGHLAN, the Galwegian rightly regarded as Ireland’s leading jazz and blues vocalist, plays the Town Hall Theatre on Saturday December 20 at 8pm.
LITTLE JOHN Nee, the actor, writer, and performer and one of the most iconic and recognisable figures in the Galway arts scene, is about to launch his debut album.
“You don’t wanna mess with that dude. Give him the microphone, let him sing, then get the f**k out of his way.” So said Dave Grohl about singer-songwriter Mark Lanegan who is coming to Galway in the New Year.
THERE ARE many who argue that R.E.M.’s greatest artistic achievements, bar 1992’s Automatic For The People, came during their time on the IRS label, before they signed to Warner in 1988.
FOUL MOUTHED duo channelling the spirit of John Cooper Clark and Mark E Smith, making ‘state of the nation’ addresses, articulating their disgust with the state of modern Britain? This is Sleaford Mods.
CITÓG, THE Galway music night which supports original, emerging, and alternative rock, pop, electro, and folk artists, returns in December for a second instalment of Wednesday night gigs at the Róisín Dubh.
A CHANGE is as good as a rest they sometimes say, and HamsandwicH certainly believe in the truth of that old chestnut, employing it as the rule of thumb for their forthcoming album.
AFTER 19 highly successful years, The Beautiful South called it a day in 2007 humorously citing “musical similarities” as the reason for the split. It marked the close of the second chapter of band leader Paul Heaton’s career - his first having been as leader/singer of The Housemartins - opening the way for his ‘third act’, that of solo artist.
VOIDS, the left-field indie-electronica duo from Galway, launch their debut EP Begin, at 11pm tomorrrow in Factory, Abbeygate Street.