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SINGER-SONGWRITER Johnny Duhan has been plying his trade for almost 50 years now and his new album, Winter, released in CD + DVD format, eloquently attests to the fact that his muse burns as bright as ever, undimmed by the passing decades.
SHE CROONED confidently how ‘My baby just cares for me’; raged against racism and killings of African-Americans in ‘Mississippi Goddamn’, turned a song from a musical, ‘Ain’t Got No, I Got Life’ into a cry of black pride, and penned her own civil rights anthem in ‘To Be Young Gifted, and Black’.
IT IS more than 40 years since Irish composer Gilbert O’Sullivan first topped the music charts and began his journey towards pop stardom. During a hugely success period in the early 1970s the man born Raymond Edward O’Sullivan in Waterford sold in excess of 10 million records worldwide and became one of the biggest names of the decade.
THE PORTRAITS launch their new album upstairs in the Róisín Dubh on Friday October 24 at 8pm at a show which will also raise funds for a school in Mandalay, Burma.
Julie Felix, one of the all time greats of the 60s folk music boom, is about to embark on her annual tour of Ireland, following her 2008 tour, which was a complete sell out of at all venues -including The Passionfruit Theatre on Thursday October 1.
NICK DRAKE, one of the greatest and most romantic figures in British folk music, died 35 years ago this year, and to mark the occasion, his life and music will be celebrated in Galway.