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RÓISÍN O comes from thoroughbred pedigree in terms of Irish music. Her mother is none other than Mary Black, while her brother, Danny is lead singer in The Coronas, but as a solo singer-songwriter she is her own woman.
COMEDIAN NEIL Hickey, "one of the most exciting newcomers to the Irish scene," according to the Irish Independent, headlines the next installment of the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh in the upstairs bar of the Dominick Street venue, tomorrow night.
LITTLE HOURS, the Donegal folk-pop duo who have impressed with the single 'It's Still Love', and whose music has been called "epic and infectious" by Breaking Tunes, play the Róisín Dubh on Saturday October 17 at 9pm.
GOING STRONG for more than a quarter of a century, Zion Train have consistently delivered quality dub reggae, electronica, world, and dance music, as Galway will hear when they play the Róisín Dubh this Saturday at 9pm.
AIDAN STRANGEMAN, the 2014 So You Think You’re Funny Award winner - an award previously won by Dylan Moran, Tommy Tiernan and David O’ Doherty - will headline the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh, in the venue's upstairs bar, tomorrow at 8.30pm.
DUBLIN GARAGE and blues-rock trio The Minutes, who, according to DJ Rob Smith are "one of, if not then the finest rock & roll band to have ever come out of Ireland", play Strange Brew in the Róisín Dubh tonight at 10.30pm.
LONG RUNNING Newry band The 4 Of Us, led by brothers Brendan and Declan Murphy, bring their critically acclaimed acoustic show to the Róisín Dubh tomorrow at 8pm.
IN A career spanning 25 years and counting, Canadian singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith has won critical acclaim, built a loyal fanbase across the world, and earned the admiration of Paul McCartney, Elvis Costello, and John Hiatt - the artists who inspired Sexsmith to become a musician.
IT BEGINS with St Paul's celebrated description of love from his First Letter to the Corinthians, Ch 13, two voices reading, both male, one in English, the other in Icelandic, before white noise drowns them out.
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.