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WHEN DAVID Bowie entered the studio to record what would become Station To Station he had no songs written and little idea what he wanted to do.
THE RISE and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars, David Bowie's breakthrough 1972 album, a culturally significant artwork, and a turning point in popular culture, will be performed in Galway.
HE WALKED in the rain with Jesus, endured a lost weekend in Amsterdam, but today, as allmusic.com has pointed out, he enjoys a status of "one of the most articulate and acute songwriters of the post-punk era".
THE GALWAY singer-songwriter Rodney Owl will launch his new single, 'The Rain On A Wave' with a gig in the Róisín Dubh this Sunday at 8pm.
THIS IS the story of Thomas Edison, George Westinghouse, and their competition to bring electricity to America. Westinghouse working with Alternating Current and Edison working with Direct Current.
“Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask and he will tell you the truth,” reflected Oscar Wilde in his essay, The Critic as Artist. Similarly, David Bowie, in a 1996 interview with The Daily Telegraph, noted: “All through my youth, I would use bravado and device – costume and flamboyant behaviour…That device allows you, in an exaggerated form, to display who you are."
IN 2013, after two and a half years of marriage, Rachel Ries found herself touring a record around the world, accompanied by a stack of divorce papers in a pocket of her suitcase. She had taken a leap into the unknown.
THERE IS something familiar, and yet altogether different, about The National's eighth studio album. This is due partly to it being a film soundtrack, but mostly it is the presence of numerous female voices within this normally masculine environment.
GRÁINNE COTTER, the Clare born, Galway based, multi-instrumentalist and singer, has released her new single, 'Shadows', and will play the Róisín Dubh as part of her current Irish tour.