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SOME OF Galway’s greatest trad/folk acts, including Dolores Keane, We Banjo 3, and Dessie O’Halloran, play Monroe’s Live tomorrow at 8pm for the Walk In My Shoes Campaign.
The Acoustic Yard singer/songwriter sessions at Matt Molloys, Westport, return on Tuesday, November 25, for the final session of the year.
It’ll be goals and Guinness this weekend at Garveys in Eyre Square. With Electric Ceili, fresh from their appearance on Up for the Match, playing as part of the impressive Guinness Amplify concerts, rocking the crowds. And with the All Ireland Hurling Final replay on Saturday, punters at Garveys will get a free pint of Guinness every time the sliotar hits the back of the net at Croke Park.
Singing star Dolores Keane is embarking on a comeback concert tour after battling cancer and alcoholism and courageously speaking on television about coming back from the brink, determined that the fans will experience her singing at its best.
All roads lead to Moycullen this weekend for the annual Galway football festival for clubs from Gaeltacht regions.
COMPOSERS AND songwriters will be at the heart of The Galway Sessions 2014 festival, which runs from June 16 to 22 and features, among others, Mairtín O’Connor and Charlie Lennon.
MARY BLACK and Dolores Keane, and an outstanding cast of trad/folk musicians, will be in concert at The Salthill Hotel on Sunday May 11 at 8pm.
THE AMAZING APPLES, Don Stiffe, and the Mulkerrin Brothers are among the acts taking to the stage for a major fundraising concert for the Galway Hospice.
DON STIFFE, one of Galway’s leading folk singer-songwriters, hosts a concert in Monroe’s Live, tomorrow from 10pm, to raise funds for the Galway Lifeboat service.
IT IS simply impossible to imagine an audience that wouldn’t enjoy what they do,” said The Boston Globe about Cherish The Ladies who play Galway next week.