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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.
Cult Kilkenny band Engine Alley are set to thrill their fans and unleash their distinctive songs on a new audience when they reform for their first proper gig in five years, playing Whelan’s of Dublin on Saturday, July 23 supported by Pony Club, with MC Enda Muldoon.
I suppose one way of getting ourselves through the current problems is to support other Irish industries and keep some money in circulation here. On the other hand a little break away can lift the spirits, so I combined both for a few days last week and went and visited a friend living in Carcassonne.
The Susie Long Hospice Fund will hold a church-gate collection next weekend, Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 November outside churches throughout Kilkenny city and county. All proceeds from all of the collections will go directly to the Susie Long Hospice Fund, which seeks to raise funds and awareness to build a 10-bed hospice in Kilkenny for the Kilkenny and Carlow region.
To celebrate 21 years of the Rockfall Festival which takes place in Kilkenny during the October bank holiday each year, a special CD is being launched on Friday September 25 in the Set theatre at Langtons.
THE IRISH rock, indie, and singer-songwriter scene has never been healthier or more vibrant yet there is still a feeling that many of our best bands are still ‘local heroes’.
Rockfall 2009 is about to be unleashed and music lovers all over the city and county are set to descend on Kilkenny’s pubs, clubs and live music venues for a weekend of top class music and entertainment from local and visiting musicians.