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The Deans - new single and The Loft show

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THE DEANS, the Galway roots-rock band with "an unmistakable sound" who are also "one of the most dynamic independent bands to look out for", according to music website GroundSounds, play the city this weekend.

The Deans - new single and Róisín Dubh show

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THE DEANS, the roots-rock trio, are set to release their award winning song, ‘Lonely Like Me’, as a single with a show in the Róisín Dubh.

A rocking winter solstice celebration

THE WINTER solstice is this Saturday and to mark the shortest day of the year Campbell’s Tavern, Cloughanover, hosts a gig featuring Stephen James, The Deans, and The Johnny Ringo Band.

Victory for Galway rock band at international music competition

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Athenry roots-rock trio The Deans have won the Rock Category of the US based Unsigned Only Music Competition 2013 for their song ‘Lonely Like Me’.

Elevens set to wow live at The Stables

Elevens have been wowing audiences with their wonderfully crafted songs delivered with great poignancy by lead singer Martin McCann. The much talked-about band will bring their eclectic acoustic sound to the surrounds of The Stables on Saturday, February 2.

Jools Holland is coming to town this month

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Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra are coming to Castlebar for a special one off performance in The Royal Theatre Castlebar October 21. A composer, pianist, bandleader, and broadcaster, Jools Holland is a man of many talents. At the age of eight he could play the piano fluently by ear, and by the time he reached his early teens he was proficient and confident enough to be appearing regularly in many of the pubs in southeast London and the East End Docks.

Jools Holland to be joined by Alison Moyet for Royal show

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Alison Moyet has been announced as special guest for Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra for their performance in The Royal Theatre Castlebar October 21.

Imelda May takes the liberty of following her own path

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WHEN OTHER girls her age were listening to Wham, A-Ha, and Bros, Imelda May was extolling the virtues of Elvis, Eddie Cochrane, and Gene Vincent.

 

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