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THE PAST 12 months have been among the most fertile, creative, and exciting in Galway music for many years. The wealth of talent both produced by Galway city and county has been witnessed by the numerous albums, singles, and EP Galway acts have released in 2017 - much of it of very high quality.
GALWAY SINGER-SONGWRITER Julie Hough, leader of the London band HAWK, and Captain A's last gig for the foreseeable future, are just two of the highlights from next month's series of Citóg gigs at the Róisín Dubh.
IROCKS COMPETITION winners Rofi James and Galway trad-rock band Cúla Búla headline the Corrib Live charity music event in the Commercial Boat Club, Woodquay, on Friday February 12.
AND SO I Watch You From Afar have, through the albums All Hail Bright Futures and Heirs, rewritten the rule book on post-rock, kicking the genre out of the clichéd straight-jacket it had fallen into, and thrusting it towards new possibilities.
AND SO I Watch You From Afar have, through the albums All Hail Bright Futures and Heirs, rewritten the rule book on post-rock, kicking the genre out of the clichéd strait-jacket it had fallen into, and thrusting it towards new possibilities.
STUDENTS FROM the Access Music Project courses will take to the stage of The Crane Bar, performing songs in a variety of genres, styles, and on a variety of instruments, on Wednesday November 25.
SINGER-SONGWRITER Emmet Scanlan and his band What The Good Thought make a welcome return home to Galway to play The Crane Bar, Sea Road, on Friday July 17 at 9pm, as part of their current Irish tour.
ELECTRIC WILL be prominently involved in this year's Body & Soul festival, which runs from June 19 to 21 in County Westmeath, and to celebrate, the Abbeygate Street venue is hosting a party for those heading up to it.
CATHERINE BROGAN, the performance poet, educator, and social activist is coming to Galway as part of her Wee Irish Tour, and will be in Charlie Byrne's Bookshop on Thursday May 28 at 8pm.
LEFT-FIELD folk, Bluegrass, and Americana, will all be heard in the upstairs bar of the Róisín Dubh when Laura Mulcahy, Wilde Ida, and Rivers & Crows play the next Mná Mná Music night this Thursday [May 21] at 8.30pm.