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ROCKTOBERFEST, GALWAY’S new ‘indoor music festival’ will see Monroe’s Live play host to 22 up-and-coming Irish bands, across a wide range of genres, starting today and running throughout the weekend.
LIVERPOOL-GALWAY punk band Vamos will storm the stage of Kelly’s Bar, Bridge Street tomorrow, headlining a bill featuring six bands.
Legendary Irish radio presenter Dave Fanning has commended “Loverboy Blues” the new single by The Dennis McCalmont Band on his RTE 2fm radio show. This is welcome good news for the Mayo-based four piece, who recently released their album #SoulRecall which has been playlisted on radio stations across the globe. The musical tightness of The Dennis McCalmont Band comes from 10 years of loyal friendship and musical explorations with seasoned campaigners Michael Buckton (electric guitar), Craig Donaldson (bass), and Donald Hoban (drums).
IN THE very early 1990s, Ireland enjoyed a creative explosion in indie rock, producing bands like Toasted Heretic, Engine Alley, and The Would Be’s.
LONG RUNNING Dublin rock band Aslan are coming to Galway to play Monroe’s Live on Friday April 13 at 8pm.
FOX JAW Bounty Hunters, the Limerick indie-rock quartet, who this year released their debut album The Devil In Music, play Citóg in The Cellar Bar tomorrow.
WHEN ERIC Clapton played guitar on John Mayall’s 1966 album Blues Breakers, graffiti appeared around London stating ‘Clapton is God’.
Judge John Neilan has slammed RTÉ and broadcaster Dave Fanning for comments made about his banning seven Longford men from wearing hoodies.
The Aftermath return to Ireland after a successful UK tour which saw then feature on BBC’s Tom Robinson and Radcliff and Maconie shows for the final release of debut album Friendlier Up Here.
FUZE, the first rock group from Galway to top the national music charts, will reform for an NUI Galway alumni reunion event next month.