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“ONCE IN a while you hear voices that stop you in your tracks. The Lost Brothers are the real deal. They have the most beautiful harmonies around and...they have the songs to back it up.”
THE STRYPES are four Cavan teens who play blues and r’n’b with a cocksure swagger and energy not seen in Ireland since Van Morrison and Them tore up club stages in Belfast.
The Strypes, the Cavan blues and r’n’b band who have won the admiration of Dave Grohl and Elton John, will play the Galway Arts Festival Big Top next month.
Tired of all the gloom and doom stories we hear all day long? Feeling the need to kick-off the traces a bit, let the hair down, relax and enjoy a bit of down-home hootenanny, Irish-style? Come on down to the Mullingar Arts Centre - they have just the remedy…
TEXAN SINGER-songwriter Alejandro Escovedo & The Sensitive Boys play upstairs at Kelly’s, Bridge Street, on Friday June 29 at 8pm.
THE NITTY Gritty, the DJ night of northern soul, funk, 50s rock’n’roll, rockabilly, swing, ska and R&B, and jump blues, has returned and hits Monroe’s Backstage Bar on Friday October 14 at 11pm.
THE GREAT science fiction writer Isaac Asimov once declared that “writing, to me, is simply thinking through my fingers”. For Nik Turner playing the saxophone is something similar, it is thinking and communicating through his breath and fingers.
Father Ted will be the order of the night next Saturday night, July 16, as Finbar Hoban Presents... Father Ted fancy dress party with live music coming from The Minutes with support from Dead School and C O Neill and Co. Prizes will be held for best dressed Father Ted character and there will be a mock Mass to entertain everybody with Father Ted and Father Dougal and Father Jack presiding over the ceremonies. Mrs Doyle will also be on hand to offer you a nice cup of tea and Marc Conway will provide the soundtrack for the evening with Ghost Town.
ELVIS PRESLEY and his friends Scotty Moore and Bill Black were in Sun Studios in July 1954 recording some tracks. During some down time they started “goofing around” with a tune called ‘That’s All Right (Mama)’.
Acclaimed Dublin rock band, The Minutes, have confirmed a Kilkenny spot for their upcoming nationwide tour, following the launch of their new album, ‘Marcata’, last month.