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IN THE late sixties they played expressive blues and paved the way for heavy metal. In the seventies and eighties they were globe gobbling pop superstars.
DUBLIN’S JEZZEBELLE have been impressing the critics this year and Galway can hear what the fuss is about when they play Monroe’s Live on Wednesday at 11pm.
On January 21 2012, my dear brother Eamonn suddenly and unexpectedly passed on to join St Peters Heavenly Band. Eamonn was born in Grealishtown beside the new cemetery where he now rests.
O EMPEROR are on the crest of a wave. In less than two years they have become one of the highest profile alternative acts in the county, and one of the most acclaimed.
IRISH FOLK-blues singer songwriter Marc O’Reilly has just released his debut album My Friend Marx. It will be launched in the Róisín Dubh nexy weekend.
O Emperor are on the crest of a wave. Since emerging onto the live scene just 18 months ago, the band has become one of the highest profile alternative acts in the county, and one of the most acclaimed.
Fresh from the Vodafone Mainstage at Oxegen 2010, Keywest are preparing to rock Monroe’s Live tomorrow night, August 13th.
WHEN THE Deans released their debut album in 2008, they were a hard rocking, fretboard burning, blues band, but the last year has seen them evolve into an altogether different kind of rock’n’roll animal.
Yngve and the Innocent have been slowly raising their profile for the last couple of years, and come to The Stables, Mullingar on Saturday April 17. They bring with them support from Midlands’ bands Arrow in the Sky and James O'Connor with Audrey Trainor.
Ireland’s foremost roots music festival returns to Kilkenny for the May Bank Holiday weekend with a mixture of revered favourites and new treasures to unearth.