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The Martini Cowboy

When we think of New York City the images that come to mind are of skyscrapers, Central Park coffee houses, Wall Street, cocktails and manolo blahnik shoes. The images of 10 gallon hats, honky tonks and tumbleweeds seem at odds with the Big Apple images but in recent years New York-native Jack Grace has changed all that. The Village Voice declared: “NYC someday will brag about its great legends of country music and among those names will be the engaging, hardworking, witty, and schmoozing and boozing Grace.” The Martini Cowboy brings his Jack Grace Band to Galway’s Roisin Dubh on Tuesday August 26.

Nanci Griffith to perform in Kilkenny in New Year

Grammy Award winning music legend Nanci Griffith is to visit Ireland this February and she is taking in a single performance at the Watergate Theatre in Kilkenny.

A little bit of pop history comes to Athlone

To anyone with even a passing interest in pop music history, Merrill Osmond needs no introduction. Merrill was the lead singer, primary song writer, and at times producer of the amazing story that was The Osmonds in the 70s.

Dublin’s Caruso plays the Roisin Dubh

HotPress compared their music to U2. News of the World called their debut album “beautiful and atmospheric”. The rest of their fan base, who have helped to make them one of the country’s most formidable live bands, calls them just plain amazing. Dublin-based band Caruso comes to the Roisin Dubh this Sunday in a not-to-be-missed gig.

Special Christmas concert at Bog Lane

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Carmel Sheerin & The Ravens have announced they will be playing a Christmas concert in The Bog Lane Theatre in Ballymahon, Co Longford on Tuesday December 16. An enjoyable night for all the family is promised as Carmel and the boys perform songs from their recently released second album, together with some Christmas carols like you've never heard them before.

Cuban jazz legend to play for Galway/Cuban charity

Chucho Valdes, the godfather of Cuban jazz ,will play two concerts in Ireland this summer in support of Una Corda, a charity founded by Galwegian Ciaran Ryan.

 

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