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FRANKIE GAVIN “is a true fiddle-playing genius, one who continues to inspire and dumbfound in equal measure,” so said The Scotsman about the Galwayman.
There is black and white footage of Jimi Hendrix playing a violin, not with a bow, but just plucking it like a guitar, experimenting with it. The young Galway based musician Daithí Ó Drónaí uses his violin to play trad and left-field indie pop. Stéphane Grappelli was as comfortable playing with Paul Simon and Frankie Gavin as he was playing jazz.
Galway singer Don Stiffe has secured his place in the final of the All-Ireland Talent Show following an outstanding rendition of the Christy Hennessy ballad, “Roll Back the Clouds”.
Galway folk singer-songwriter Don Stiffe and Abbeyknockmoy’s Cosa Beoga is seeking the support of everyone in Galway city and county when he takes to the stage for the final of the All-Ireland Talent Show.
Galway folk singer-songwriter Don Stiffe is seeking the support of the people of Galway city and county when he takes to the stage for the final of the All-Ireland Talent Show.
Fashion fever has hit Lisloughrey Lodge as Fashion for Charity heads to the boutique hotel in Cong, for a fundraising evening in aid of the charity Croí. The event will take place at 7.30pm tomorrow.
FRANKIE GAVIN & De Dannan will play The Co-op in Moycullen on tomorrow as part of their current Up Close & Personal Tour.
Frankie Gavin & De Dannan will play The Co-op in Moycullen on Friday March 4 as part of their current Up Close & Personal Tour.
After wowing fans since reforming, Frankie Gavin and De Dannan are coming to Campbell’s Tavern, Cloughanover, for what promises to be a super show on Tuesday December 28. For many years traditional super group De Dannan were the forerunners in the Irish traditional music world, but after 33 years, 14 albums, and a number of changes in the line up, the group disbanded in 2003. In 2009 original founding member and world famous fiddle player Frankie Gavin unleashed a new De Dannan which features local man Eric Cunningham on percussion, flutes, and whistles. Tickets for the show cost €18 and doors are at 9.30pm in one of the most storied venues in the west.
Campbell’s Tavern in Cloughanover, Headford, has a great line up of entertainment in store this Christmas which is sure to have a little bit of something for everyone, kicking off this evening, Friday December 10, with the Wii Olympics and cocktail night from 10pm. That will be followed tomorrow night, Saturday December 10, with a piano session and darts competition. On Sunday there will be a more relaxed vibe with the Solstice Arts Group annual Christmas fair.