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CROSSING THE Bridge - The Clarinbridge Banjo Gathering, takes place in the south Galway village tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday.
MARY BLACK and Dolores Keane, and an outstanding cast of trad/folk musicians, will be in concert at The Salthill Hotel on Sunday May 11 at 8pm.
The Keane brothers (Citizens Keane) from Caherlistrane, Matt, Sean, Noel, and Pat, will play the Claregalway Hotel on Friday January 3, in what has become an annual event.
“I’VE ALWAYS known Colm as a very accomplished and versatile banjo and mandolin player. His playing is, as always, rich, full bodied, and full of heart. I hope his recording captivates other listeners as much as it has done me.”
Renowned banjo and mandolin player Colm Naughton and friends perform at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday, May 29 at 8pm to launch Colm’s highly anticipated new CD The Space Between the Notes.
THE KEANE Brothers, also known as Citizen Keane, will hold their annual Christmas concerts in The Claregalway Hotel on Friday January 4 and Saturday 5.
Now in its 11th year, The Galway Sessions is looking forward to an exciting June. As part of the event’s ongoing partnership with Stirling in Scotland, from June 11 to 17, the organisers are looking forward to welcoming back the Scots to the streets of Galway. Last year saw record crowds with over 15,000 in attendance, half of whom were from overseas.
JOHN BEAG agus Na hAncairí are well known throughout Connemara as a highly popular country and Irish band, but it is very rare they play Galway city.
TIGH CÓILÍ’S bar celebrates its 10th birthday next month and some of the best trad musicians around will be there for two nights of music and song.