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STREETS IN My Mind, the debut album by Galway singer, songwriter, rapper, and producer Chris Haze, has been a long time coming, and for the artist, it represents “the end and a new start”.
FOR THOSE who lived through it, 2020 was a year that will never be forgotten. It was also a year that few, if any, will remember with any trace of positivity. There may, though, be an exception.
PADRAIG JACK, described by Hot Press as "one of Ireland’s most exciting emerging folk artists", will play a special live streamed concert from An Taibhdhearc this Sunday, December 13, at 8.30pm.
THE CLOCKWORKS, one of the most exciting bands to have emerged from Galway in recent years, have covered Oasis' 'Some Might Say' to mark 25 years of (What's The Story) Morning Glory?
After winning the coveted IMRO Clancy Brothers songwriting competition back in 2015, the future looked very bright for Mayo native Jamie Mulrooney - AKA “Doppler ” - who seemed on the cusp of something special. Ever since then, things went a little sideways.
GALWAY SINGER-songwriter Niamh Regan will play tomorrow's Mini Gigs at Mick’s, the new series of online concerts curated by Mick Flannery, in partnership with PlayIrish.
KAISER CHIEFS, one of Britain's most popular bands, will bring their anthemic brand of indie rock to the Heineken Big Top as part of Galway International Arts Festival 2020.
MAIJA SOFIA, the only Galway born artist to be nominated for RTÉ Choice Music Prize Irish Album, will play a 'homecoming' gig at Strange Brew in the Róisín Dubh on Thursday February 20.
THIS SUMMER, they supported The Academic in the Big Top during the Galway International Arts Festival. As the year draws to a close, they return to Galway, this time as headliners.
A STALWART of the Irish stand-up comedy scene, Joe Rooney is best known for his roles as Father Damo in Father Ted and Timmy in the RTÉ sitcom Killinaskully, and he is about to headline the Comedy KARLnival.