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Hi, my name is Cian Waters. I'm from Craughwell Co. Galway. I like hanging out with my friends and playing soccer on the local astroturf. I really love Galway, it's a nice place to live, very safe, the people are extremely nice. It's also a very cheap place to live compared to Dublin which is a bonus. I'm here on the N59 selling Strawberries and planning on going to Formentera, Spain later in the summer.
Hi, I'm Cian. I'm a 20-year-old singer-songwriter from Galway city and I've been busking for about three years. My songs are heavily lyrics-based, acoustic indie-folk. I've been studying poetry this year as part of my college course (Arts with Creative Writing) so that's kinda tied in with the songwriting...i.e. I've been able to write songs and call them poems. I'm mainly influenced by Irish singer-songwriters in the same genre - the likes of Damien Rice, Fionn Regan and Dermot Kennedy...anyone that writes nice folk-y, story songs. I'll be busking and gigging around Galway all summer and although I've got a decent body of songs written, I'm picky enough to have not put any of them online yet...I'll be throwing some videos up online in the next few months but I'm not sure exactly when I'll be recording and releasing them properly yet.
RTÉ Radio 1’s flagship news programme Morning Ireland will be stopping in Galway next week to hear the interesting stories and voices of Galwegians.
CIAN FINN, a leading exponent of reggae in Ireland, will perform songs from his debut solo album, This Applies, when he plays The Loft at Seven, Bridge Street, this Saturday at 11pm.
Top stylists from award winning salons Koztello’s and Kozzy’s and make-up artists from Matt O Flaherty’s Chemist will be on hand to advise and demonstrate this season’s style tricks at the Galway Glamour Fashion Show taking place tonight (Thursday) at the g Hotel in aid of Hope for Cian.
IRISH REGGAE singer-songwriter Cian Finn launches his new album, This Applies, with a gig at The Commercial Boat Club, Woodquay, this Saturday, joined by Rootical Sound System, Ras Tinny, Revelation Sound, and Aminah Dastan.
Local lad Cian Morrin, who is part of Louis Walsh’s newest chart-topping band Hometown, will be back in Castlebar on Sunday night (April 5) when they play the Royal Theatre Castlebar as part of their nationwide tour. Cian, from Rhinshina in Breaffy, first came to attention when he appeared on The X Factor in 2012 when he was a secondary school student in St Gerald’s College in Castlebar where he made it through a number of rounds. Cian had gone on to start studying to become a national school teacher before the call came for him to become one-sixth of Hometown last year.
ON THURSDAY May 1, An Taobh Tuathail, Raidió na Gaeltachta’s alternative music show, celebrates 15 years since its first broadcast in 1999.
A local singer has been honoured with one of Mullingar Town Council’s last-ever addresses of recognition. A civic function was held on Monday April 7 to honour classical singer Cian Brennan Gavin for his contribution to the arts and his many accomplishments to date.
GALWAY ANIMATORS, Aoibhinn Ní Choille and Cian MacCoille, have won the Animation Award at the recent Fresh Film Festival in Limerick.