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OVER THE past decade, Baile na hAbhann-based Irish language television station TG4 has produced many notable presenters including Grainne and Sile Seoige, Hector Ó hEochagáin, Aoife Ní Thuairisg, and Manchán Magan.
Meath singer/songwriter Eugene Donegan released his eagerly anticipated debut album Little Apples on March 27.
ANDREW MAXWELL is a regular face on RTÉ’s The Panel alongside Dara O’Briain, Colin Murphy, Ed Byrne, and Neil Delamare. The cheeky chap from Kilbarrack draws chuckles whether ranting about D4s and their SUVs or making sexual advances towards Grainne Seoige.
With Castlebar confirmed as this year’s host venue, festival preparations are well under way for the World Fleadh International Irish and Celtic Music Festival with many top international names in the line-up. After the outstanding success of the 2008 festival in Portlaoise, the World Fleadh returns with a fantastic selection of Irish traditional, Celtic, folk, and country music acts from around the globe.
“WATCHING BARACK Obama get to The White House was such a one-off experience. For him to go from such obscurity to the highest political position in the world in such as short space time was an unparalleled journey in American politics.”
TRAD BAND Slide -whose members have been in Dé Danann, Stocktons Wing, Danú, and Liam Clancy and Damien Dempsey’s bands, play Campbell’s Tavern, Cloughanover, Headford on Saturday.
Castlebar and Mayo look forward to a Summer of Music as The World Fleadh Kicks off on Friday July 31 2009 and runs to Saturday August 8. With a host of venues including The Royal Theatre, Linenhall Theatre, The Welcome Inn Hotel, GMIT and many bars around the town this Fleadh is sure to draw the crowds. Féile in the Mall on Saturday August 1 is sure to bring out families and friends to enjoy the festival atmosphere that Castlebar has longed for. A full programme details are available on The World Fleadh website: www.theworldfleadh.com, along with ticketing information, including links to Ticketmaster and host venue sites.
The Royal Castlebar will welcome back a host of Ireland’s best loved performers for a late concert on Bank Holiday Saturday August 1 including Sharon Shannon, Damien Dempsey, Dessie O’Halloran, and Shane McGowan.
Fans of Damien Dempsey will delight in the news that the Donaghmede man is coming to Kilkenny on Saturday, September 12. The award winning singer/songwriter will perform in the new Set Theatre, John Street, Kilkenny.