Search Results for 'Creosote'

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King Creosote to play Róisín Dubh

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HE IS Scotland's most acclaimed, and most prolific, contemporary singer-songwriter, a man who, the Mail On Sunday, said uses folk music "for its finest purpose: connecting the past to the present, and making both come alive in the moment of hearing".

Seamus Fogarty wraps up Irish mini-tour at the Passionfruit this Friday

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Seamus Fogarty performs as part of his God Damn You Mountain tour tonight, Friday October 5 in the Passionfruit Theatre Athlone. Support on the night by Athlone native Brendan Coyle.

Roddy Woomble - to the waters and the wild

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IT HAS been a decade since Roddy Woomble has played Ireland. Back then it was as lead singer of Idlewild. This month he returns as a solo artist, armed with a set of songs and perspectives that reflect the many changes in his life over that time.

KT Tunstall - Earning her stripes

IT HAD been a whirlwind six years for folk/rock songstress KT Tunstall and she decided it was time to take stock and dream it all up again.

The Scots are coming

SCOTLAND HAS been producing some of the greatest and most influential indie/alternative bands there has ever been.

Ian Rankin-Rebus Malcom Fox and me

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FOR IAN Rankin, the internally acclaimed and best selling Scottish crime novelist, the last 18 months have seen the closing of one chapter in his writing career and the opening of another.

Ian Rankin-Rebus Malcom Fox and me

FOR IAN Rankin, the internally acclaimed and best selling Scottish crime novelist, the last 18 months have seen the closing of one chapter in his writing career and the opening of another.

Adrian Crowley’s musical season sparks into life with new album

“MUSIC WAS always there in some form but only gradually asserted itself on me.” So says Galway born singer-songwriter Adrian Crowley as he prepares to release his fifth album Season Of The Sparks and plays a homecoming concert at Strange Brew in the Róisín Dubh tonight at 9pm.

 

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