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CHRISTY MOORE is coming back to Galway in the New Year and has announced that he will play Leisureland, Salthill, on Friday May 16 2014.
DON STIFFE, one of Galway’s best loved folk singers can be heard and enjoyed at his residency in Garvey’s Bar, Eyre Square each Sunday from 9.30pm to 11.30pm.
CHRISTY MOORE is coming back to Galway to play two shows, where he will be joined by a stellar line-up featuring Mairtín O’Connor, Cathal Hayden, Seamie O’Dowd, and Jimmy Higgins.
THE MÁIRTÍN O’Connor Band, featuring the Máirtín on accordion, fiddler and banjo player Cathal Hayden, and singer-songwriter Séamie O’Dowd play Ballinasloe next month.
FROM THEIR debut performance in Dungiven, County Derry, in 1990, Four Men and a Dog have been arguably the most colourful, eccentric, and talented of trad band ensembles.
MAIRTÍN O’CONNOR will lead a stellar line-up of traditional and folk performers for a series of concerts in the Town Hall Theatre from Monday August 15 to Wednesday 17 at 8pm.
MÁIRTÍN O’CONNOR, one of Ireland’s finest accordion players and one of Irish trad’s most creative minds, plays The Crane Bar, Sea Road, on Wednesday at 9pm.
CATHAL HAYDEN, the great solo fiddle player and former Four Men and A Dog member, will be among the musicians at a major trad concert in Galway next week.
TG4’S TRAD music programme Geantraí, returns to Campbell’s Tavern, Cloughanover, tomorrow to record a night of music and craic, which will be broadcast on St Patrick’s Day.
MÁIRTÍN O’CONNOR, one of Ireland’s finest accordion players and one of Irish trad’s most fertile and creative minds, will play the Town Hall on Monday May 4 at 8pm.