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Current and former parents, staff, and pupils of Coláiste Iognáid will come together for a night of fun and entertainment at the inaugural Jes Gathering early next month.
T BEGINS with a frantic drumbeat and squall of feedback, before the distorted guitars kick with a punk style descending chord riff, and a voice sings in a melody worthy of a fifties and sixties girl groups: “You look at me as if I’m some drama queen...”
SPARKS WILL fly when We Banjo 3, featuring Galway virtuosos Enda and Fergal Scahill, team up with Dublin roots band I Draw Slow for a concert at An Taibhdhearc.
By Roisin Peddle
BLUR IS a band I’ve long had a difficult relationship with - from loving their early psychedelic indie pop, then despising their Britpop era, to regaining admiration for the quartet’s late 1990s triumphs.
‘A CHANGE is as good as a rest’ and ‘travel broadens the mind’ are two of the oldest chestnuts out there, but these sayings have stuck around because they have more than a grain of wisdom in them.
TWO BANDS, one Irish, the other American, both playing roots, folk, and Americana music, play The Crane Bar this Saturday at 6.30pm.
HE WAS once called “the finest American folk-roots artist that most Americans have never heard of” but, entering his sixties, all that is changing for singer-songwriter Tom Russell.
IAN MCLAGEN boasts one of English rock’s most impressive CVs, having been a member of The Small Faces, The Faces, and Billy Bragg’s band The Blokes, not to mention session work for the Rolling Stones (that’s him playing keyboards on ‘Miss You’), Rod Stewart (Mac is on ‘Maggie May’ and ‘You Wear It Well’), and Bob Dylan, as well as maintaining a solo career since the late 1970s.
IRISH TRAD ensemble Lúnasa have been touring for more than 14 years and are poised to release their seventh studio album Lá Nua through their own Lúnasa Records.