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On Thursday renowned local musicians Jock and Dave are in The Snug from 9.30pm to play a wide range of songs to suit all musical tastes from the old classics to the current chart toppers.
The Snug Bar has a stellar line-up for music fans this weekend.
Tonight, Friday September 5 there is only one place to be, and that is celebrating in The Snug Bar with Macey South. This renowned Athlone band are a young energetic three-piece. This is a great opportunity to hear some of the songs from their fantastic recently launched CD. Their original mix of traditional Irish music and rock ‘n’ roll never fails to get an audience on their feet. The band’s energy is comparable to the Pogues and Horslips whilst drawing influences from a variety of genres.
Tonight, Friday August 1,The Snug Bar is the perfect place to kick off your bank holiday weekend with Macey South. For those not already familiar with this popular Athlone band, Macey South is a young, energetic three-piece made up of brothers Keith and Liam Flynn and Conor Irwin. Their original mix of traditional Irish music and rock ‘n’ roll never fails to get an audience on their feet. The band’s energy is comparable to The Pogues and Horslips. The instruments range from accordion to electric guitar, with a rasping acoustic guitar and drums driving the melodies on.
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.
The Snug Bar, Athlone have another top weekend of live music lined up.
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.
“PERHAPS HER standout instrument is her voice, which sweeps along displaying folk and jazz nuances with the confidence of one who knows.”