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Rory Gallagher is remembered at The Stables Bar, Mullingar this Sunday March 31 in a manner he no doubt would have wanted, by a tribute performance from a class band that celebrates his legendary status through many of his best known and fondly covered classic rock/blues covers.
MOST SINGERS are lucky to make it beyond a handful of gigs, a few more are lucky to get something recorded. Only a handful get to sing a song that becomes a classic.
IN THE late sixties they played expressive blues and paved the way for heavy metal. In the seventies and eighties they were globe gobbling pop superstars.
MARCUS CONNAUGHTON, the broadcaster, writer, and an authority on blues music, will give a talk about Rory Gallagher in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop next week.
TOM PORTMAN, the gifted guitarist, and his band, will take to the stage of Monroe’s Backstage Bar next Wednesday at 10pm.
GALWAY SINGER-songwriter Carla Merrigan and Australian/Irish blues duo Hat Fitz & Cara will play Monroe’s Live and Backstage Bar on Thursday July 12.
This Friday May 25 The Stables, Mullingar goes back to its roots with a blues night featuring Blues Confidential in The House of Blues at the Dominick Street venue.
BALLYKISSANGEL ACTOR and musician Joe Savino and filmmaker and musician Justin McCarthy have joined forces as a musical duo.
RORY GALLAGHER tribute band Shinkicker play Monroe’s Live on Friday March 30 at 11pm.
Widely regarded as Ireland’s finest acoustic blues export since Rory Gallagher, Will Killeen is considered to be one of the foremost slide guitar players in Europe. A dazzling finger-picking stylist, he also plays banjo and harmonica and sings with a voice steeped in early American blues.