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THE CHIEFTAINS’ Matt Molloy and London-Irish fiddle great John Carty - both recipients of the TG4 Musician of the Year Award - share the stage at Monroe’s Live on Tuesday January 27.
TWO STALWARTS of the Cork folk and roots music scene - Greenshine, the band consisting of Mary Green and Noel Shine, and singer-songwriter Hank Wedel - play Monroe’s Live on Monday December 22.
This weekend, An Táin Bar in Ballinasloe is welcoming Frankie Gavin and De Dannan to their live venue on Friday November 21.
On January 30, 1984 it is said that the whole of Dublin grieved the early death of Dubliner legend Luke Kelly, whose music is widely regarded as one of Ireland’s cultural treasures.
BLUEGRASS, JAZZ, vocal harmonies, and world music rhythms, fed through the prism of Irish trad - this is the sonic essence of Irish band Moxie.
It is never too late to learn how to play music. Maybe you have watched people playing and said to yourself ‘I wish I could do that’. Maybe you would like to give your child that opportunity. Children can learn from as young as seven, but there is no upper age limit.
Red Checks is an original blend of finely matured French traditional music mixed with hints of Irish trad, baroque and jazz.
Renowned Irish folk artist Mick Hanly will play Gibbons’ Pillar House in Ballinasloe tonight, August 15.
“NEO-ACOUSTIC Celtic post-rock” and “progressive traditional” are two of the terms which have been used to try to capture the sound and style of The Olllam.
IRISH TRAD and a bit of jazz will be heard in Monroe’s Live at the shows the venue is hosting as part of the Galway International Arts Festival.