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THE YOUNG Folk play upstairs in the Róisín Dubh on Friday October 3 at 9pm as part of a nationwide tour promoting their new single ‘Way Down South’ The single follows the release of the Dublin band’s album The Little Battle.
RACKHOUSE PILFER, the barnstorming bluegrass bandits from Sligo, return to Galway to play Monroe’s Backstage Bar this Sunday.
DON'T YOU Know Who I Am?, the short film written by Galwegian Olaf Tyaransen, and which was shot in Galway city, will be screened at the prestigious San Francisco Irish Film Festival.
THE DUBLIN Gospel Choir have been called “a must-see – who’d have thought gospel would be this cool?” by The Irish Times, and “uplifting” by Hot Press.
JULIE FEENEY, Paddy Casey, and Eleanor Shanley are among the singers who will be in concert on Inishbofin, as part of the island’s annual summer concert series.
RICK ROSSI needs to get away. It is a bad time and his future is uncertain. He was living the rock’n’roll high-life, until it all came crashing to a tragic halt when Pete, his friend and band member, died.
“THE MUSIC world is Mojo GoGo’s for the taking. Their live show has already become the stuff of legend,” said Hot Press.
THE STARS of RTÉ’s satirical sketch show, Irish Pictorial Weekly - Barry Murphy; John Colleary; Colum McDonnell, and Gary Cooke - are coming to Galway.
THE GALWAY Arts Festival, the Róisín Dubh, and The Townhouse Bar have all been short-listed for the IMRO Music Festival of the Year Awards 2013.
IN A ERA when everything is alt-, post-, sub-something it is refreshing to hear a band like Jemson Green declare: “To hell with sub-genres! We are a rock band”.