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There’s a packed week at The Snug Bar with great live performances on the stage and on the big screen!
RACKHOUSE PILFER, the stompin’ alt country, bluegrass band from Sligo, who have impressed American roots audiences as much as Irish music fans, return to Monroe's Live at midnight Friday July 17.
LÚNASA MAKE a welcome return to Galway and the Galway Sessions festival when the trad supergroup play Monroe's Live on Thursday June 18. A hectic and busy international touring schedule has afforded the band little opportunity to play in Ireland in recent times so this Galway gig is all the more to be welcomed.
THEY HAVE performed more than 1,500 shows across 36 countries since forming in 1997, and their line-up features some of the most respected names in contemporary Irish trad. They are Lúnasa.
GALWAY BAND The Amazing Apples have landed in 2015 with some striking singles – ‘Slipping By’, and their most recent, ‘Lullaby’ - and now comes their debut album A Little Sense, which will be released on Friday May 29, followed by a celebratory hometown gig at the Róisín Dubh on Sunday May 31.
SHE IS “one part Elton John, one part Kate Bush” according to Uncut, while Billboard.com declared her “keen ironic sense of humour and quirky sense of the profound is what makes her special as a songwriter”. She is American folk/chamber-pop singer-songwriter Rachael Sage who plays Monroe’s Live.
Damien Dempsey is a singer and songwriter who needs little introduction.
IF YOU know the cover of Bruce Springsteen’s album Born To Run, you have seen Jake Clemons’ uncle - the late, great, Clarence Clemons.
There is a great night of traditional music on the cards when Vallely brothers Niall, Cillian, and Caoimhín, and fellow musician Ross Martin, perform at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday September 18 at 8pm.
THEY HAVE sold-out gigs throughout the country, played for Uachtarán na hÉireann Michael D Higgins, and released their second album - all in 2014.