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AMERICAN SOUL singer Buck Taylor and his band Taylor Made, will take to the stage at Upstairs @ HALO tomorrow night from 11pm.
The Maroon and White Xmas Party returns to Halo Nightclub on Sunday December 18 and promises to be a Christmas Party to remember. Buck Taylor will perform on the night as will the amazing Vaudeville Vamps Dance Group and the ever-popular Elastic Band.
If you are looking to put some quality soul in your night, tonight, Friday August 16, at Live in the basement at Brennan’s Lane is the place you should be. Kentucky born Buck Taylor has made his name as one of the must see acts in Ireland over the past number of years. Irish audiences have been treated to a unique and powerful show every time. Buck’s energetic stage show sends his audiences into a dancing frenzy as he blasts out the popular hits of the likes of Kool and The Gang, Lionel Richie, The Drifters, The Dells, Sam Cooke, Wilson Pickett, Al Green, The Temptations, and many more great performers from yesteryear. If that sounds like what you are looking for then get yourself to Live in the basement at Brennan’s Lane tonight.
THE ARTS festival and the races may be over, but that does not mean Galway’s festival season has closed - far from it as next up is the Tuam Arts Festival from August 12 to 21.
MONROE’S LIVE will host two of what are sure to be among the most popular gigs of this year’s Galway Arts Festival - Jack L and The Walls.
It’s a country fest at The Royal Theatre this weekend; Friday night sees Brendan Bowyer in concert with his daughter Aisling Bowyer and special guest Shaun O’Dowd, and dancing after the show to Shaun O’Dowd and his band.
LEADING JAMES Brown impersonator Buck Taylor returns to Monroe’s Live on Friday February 25 from 11pm for another night of powerhouse funk and soul.
THIS WEEKEND is Halloween and Monroe’s Live will have plenty of events full of scares, soul, and rock’n’roll.
THE CAMEMBERT Quartet are among the many and diverse acts who will be providing musical entertainment at Monroe’s Live during Race Week.
There’s only one place to be this Friday night if you want to get your weekend off to a rocking start and that’s Bar Ritz, Main Street, Castlebar, where legendary soul sensation Buck Taylor will be taking to the stage. The Kentucky native has made his name as one of the best soul and Motown singers around, and he will be bringing his own version of the sound of young America live on stage in Bar Ritz. Buck’s new album Sweet Soul Music, is a 13 song journey through the history of R’n’B and soul music, with song like Sam and Dave’s “Soul Man”, Al Green’s “Let’s stay together”, and Jackie Wilson’s “Higher and Higher” all taking centre stage on the album. If Buck is not your cup of tea, then Saturday night’s acoustic session with Linda and Conor in Bar Ritz may be just what you are looking for instead.