Search Results for 'David Bowie'
39 results found.
AS WITH so many others, it started with Nirvana. In 1993, the young Mick Flannery heard Kurt Cobain's haunting, semi-acoustic rendition of David Bowie's 'The Man Who Sold The World'. His relationship to music was never the same again.
There’s a packed week at The Snug Bar with great live performances on the stage and on the big screen!
DAVID BOWIE did it. Dudley Moore did it, Sir John Gielgud did it. They have all been narrators for the magical Peter and The Wolf, Prokofiev's story designed to introduce children to classical music and the instruments of the orchestra.
BRENDAN MCCAHEY, the 2014 Voice of Ireland winner takes to the stage of Monroe’s Live this Sunday at 8pm, as part of his current Irish tour.
Kicking off a weekend of live music at The Snug are local band Snakebite - playing tonight, Thursday January 29 at 9.30pm.
The Snug Bar, Athlone will continue its tradition of great live music into 2015 with four nights of fantastic bands this weekend.
This Friday November 7 there is only one place to be and that is celebrating in The Snug Bar with Macey South. For those few who are not already familiar with this renowned Athlone band, Macey South is a young energetic three-piece made up of brothers Keith and Liam Flynn and Conor Irwin. Their original mix of traditional Irish music and rock ‘n’ roll never fails to get an audience on their feet. Music kicks off at 10pm.
Tonight, Friday August 1,The Snug Bar is the perfect place to kick off your bank holiday weekend with Macey South. For those not already familiar with this popular Athlone band, Macey South is a young, energetic three-piece made up of brothers Keith and Liam Flynn and Conor Irwin. Their original mix of traditional Irish music and rock ‘n’ roll never fails to get an audience on their feet. The band’s energy is comparable to The Pogues and Horslips. The instruments range from accordion to electric guitar, with a rasping acoustic guitar and drums driving the melodies on.
The Snug Bar, Athlone has another exciting line-up of music for the coming week.
BERLIN HAS long been a place of inspiration to musicians, like David Bowie who recorded Heroes there in 1977, and later to U2 in the early 1990s.