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HORSLIPS, A phenomenon of Irish rock in the 1970s, who brilliantly fused Irish trad with hard rock, glam, and prog, play the Town Hall Theatre this weekend.
DECLAN SINNOTT is best known as Christy Moore's side-kick, accompanying the great man at his concerts, as well as being a founding member of Moving Hearts, but he is also a superb singer-songwriter and guitarist in his own right.
Hot on the heels of the successes of Sean Keane, Mick Hanly, and Paddy Casey during the summer, this newly formed folk club is continuing to attract the best of Ireland’s singer/ songwriters to The Pillar House, Society Street, Ballinasloe. An intimate venue which holds just 80 patrons seated and 120 standing, this is surely the best opportunity to be had to experience this calibre of artist in an ‘up close and personal’ setting.
With the summer weather starting to heat up and the World Cup action in full swing The Snug Bar in the Left Bank area is the place to be this weekend. You can follow all the World Cup action in the beer garden or on the many screens throughout the pub. If you are planning a summer BBQ or party The Snug Bar has a separate beer garden with its own bar for private functions which always creates a great party atmosphere. There is no charge for the function room and free finger food can be provided. Areas can also be reserved throughout the bar free of charge.
WHEN JOHNNY Fean reinterpreted the trad tune ‘O’Neill’s March’ on the electric guitar, he created one of the greatest Irish hard rock riffs of all time.
CORK’S LONG-running indie legends The Frank & Walters play their classic debut album, Trains, Boats And Planes, in its entirety, in the Róisín Dubh on Friday December 21 at 9pm.
The legendary Irish Celtic rock band Horslips return to the west after their knockout performance at the Westport Music Festival earlier this year. They will be back in Castlebar on Bank Holiday Sunday October 28 in the Royal Theatre.
The Royal Theatre is proud to announce a brand new show with legendary Irish Celtic rock band, Horslips, this coming Sunday August 5. In 1972 Horslips released Happy To Meet...Sorry To Part their first album, which was an enormous seller on the home market and further afield. When Horslips released the follow-up album, The Tain, in 1974, Melody Maker described it as "a monumental album". It became The Times (London) album of the year and was awarded five star status by Downbeat magazine in America. By then Horslips were headlining tours of Britain and Germany, where the single “Dearg Doom” was a chart hit.
It is believed that The Voice favourite, and local lad Conor Quinn, will play at next month’s iconic Festival of Fires at Uishneach.
EARLY EVENING on Irish TV in the early 1980s - I remember it well. A shot of a bus rolling down a road in Connemara soundtracked by Horslips’ ‘Sword Of Light’ - SBB Ina Shuí was on.