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OWEN COLGAN of the Hardy Bucks is fascinated by the American wrestler and actor Ronda Rousey, and she, and other topics, will be discussed in the man's new stand-up solo show.
"STYLISTICALLY PERCHED between classic U2 and The Killers, State Lights songs are made for radio." So said Golden Plec about the rising Irish band who are playing Monroe's Live.
HER MOTHER did not want her "hanging around the streets", so "if you’re spending all your time indoors, what else is a music-mad kid gonna do with her time except learn to play an instrument?”
The kitchen is the new living and dining room. You no longer slave alone over the proverbial stove, instead your friends pile in, pour wine and give good gossip! As for the dining room? It’s been relegated along with the silver to the distant starched-white past!
In 1959 the poet Richard Murphy renovated the black-sailed Ave Maria, a traditional Galway hooker, which he used to ferry visitors to Inishboffin, and for a day’s fishing. Over the years the poet, the boat and the magnificent landscape attracted a flotsam and jetsam of humanity, many of a literary kind.
AUGUST 2017 will mark the 40th anniversary of the death of 'The King of Rock'n'Roll' - Elvis Presley, and in advance of that, a major Elvis tribute show is coming to Monroe's Live.
4 MEN and a Bass bring their bluegrass fused harmonies to Monroe’s Live Backstage Bar on Sunday July 3 at 11pm, for a free gig.
"HOGAN HAVE extraordinary talent and they will go far," so said Hotpress of the Irish pop-rock band who play Monroe’s Backstage Bar on Thursday April 28 at 10pm.
MAD ABOUT Mark, a night of music and merriment in memory of the late, very great, Mark Logan, takes place at the Róisín Dubh this Saturday, and features a stellar line-up of local and national musicians and performers.
In an innovative move designed to reduce the death toll on Irish roads, all Garda cars in Mayo are to carry a stock of high-visibility vests to be given out to poorly-lit pedestrians and cyclists. "Be seen and be safe" – that is the message to all road users in Mayo as the evenings get darker. Mayo County Council is reminding pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists alike to make themselves more visible during the dark winter nights. High-visibility vests are to be handed out by gardaí to poorly-lit pedestrians and cyclists in Mayo as part of an initiative to reduce the county’s casualties.