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BEFORE THE Strypes, even before Imelda May became a star in Ireland and Britain, three London based teenagers were paving the way for a serious rock’n’roll and blues revival. Their names? Kitty, Daisy & Lewis.
KEYWEST, THE band that started their career busking on Shop Street, returns to Galway to play the Róisín Dubh as part of their December tour.
MOXEGEN ARE a tribute band with a difference - they do not perform the songs of a particular group, but instead they re-create festival concert set lists.
CHRIS MARTIN - no, not the guy from Coldplay - but the award winning comedian, is coming to Galway to play upstairs in the Róisín Dubh on Wednesday at 8.30pm.
Galway Arts Festival and the Róisín Dubh have announced that Christy Moore will perform a rare stand-up gig at the Festival Big Top on Friday July 20. Joining Christy on the night will be high energy, vivacious trad group 4 Men and A Dog. The show is Moore’s only gig in Galway city in 2012 and promises to be a massive music highlight at this year’s festival.
IRISH BAND The Empire Lights release their debut single ‘Momentum’ tomorrow and, as part of a nationwide tour, play Monroe’s Live on Saturday at 9pm.
The Choral Academy was founded in 2005 by Maley School of Music director Jim Maley. Now in its seventh year, the academy has gone from strength to strength and holds academies in Donegal, Sligo, and will return to Roscommon Arts Centre from Monday July 4 to Friday July 8 for a week long camp of music, singing, and fun with musical director Jim Maley.
Portlaoise band Perfect Skins arrive in the Marble City this weekend to perform their first live gig in almost two years as they prepare for the release of their new album, due out in January 2009.
Portlaoise indie band The Perfect Skins are currently touring their new album A Reconstructed View and will play The Stables, Mullingar on Saturday April 18. Earlier in the day (between 5pm and 6pm) the band will be playing a short acoustic set in E2 Music store, Mullingar as part of the Record Store Day celebrations.
The Choral Academy’s Singing Camp for young people aged 10+ takes place next week in Roscommon Arts Centre. Now in its fourth year, this is the first year that the camp comes to Roscommon, from Monday to Friday July 6 to 10. The singing camp aims to provide a forum for young people who enjoy singing to develop their talents with qualified and experienced tutors.