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"THREE CHEEKY, loud mouthed, girls from Derry" is how CHERYM, the brilliant young garage/punk band, describe themselves. Brim full with attitude and pop hooks with a tough edge, they are set to release a new single and play Galway.
HER SONGS have "a bedroom lo-fi acoustic folk feel...albeit with an advanced skill for creating an atmosphere through arrangement and tone” according to Nialler9, while BBC Radio Ulster's Stuart Bailie said, "Behold, a hummingbird."
The Dean Crowe Theatre has a jam packed lineup of great entertainment scheduled for October.
CHARLIE LANDSBOROUGH, praised by BBC Radio Ulster's Gerry Kelly for his "warmth, honesty and credibility", will be in concert in the Lough Rea Hotel and Spa on Wednesday January 11.
"THE WOODBURNING Savages mix snarling, bloodlust rock'n'roll, archetypes with gloriously incongruous and wildly inventive melodic ideas." So said BBC Radio Ulster's Stephen McCauley about the band that's coming to Galway.
RACE THE Flux, the Galway indie/alternative quartet, who GoldenPlec have described as being as if "Queens Of The Stone Age collaborated with ASIWYFA", and who won critical acclaim for their Olympians EP earlier this year, will kick off the Citóg nights in the Róísín Dubh.