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THE DEANS, the Galway roots-rock band with "an unmistakable sound" who are also "one of the most dynamic independent bands to look out for", according to music website GroundSounds, play the city this weekend.
THE DEANS, the roots-rock trio, are set to release their award winning song, ‘Lonely Like Me’, as a single with a show in the Róisín Dubh.
ALICE COOPER, the original shock rocker, will be in town tonight, on the screen of the IMC Galway that is, in a new documentary.
THE WINTER solstice is this Saturday and to mark the shortest day of the year Campbell’s Tavern, Cloughanover, hosts a gig featuring Stephen James, The Deans, and The Johnny Ringo Band.
Athenry roots-rock trio The Deans have won the Rock Category of the US based Unsigned Only Music Competition 2013 for their song ‘Lonely Like Me’.
THE MIGHTY Stef is something of a character on the Irish music scene with his larger than life personality and that huge, rough hewn, and unapologetically, Dublin voice.
STEVE MACKAY, the man who played saxophone on The Stooges, extraordinary 1970 album Funhouse and the 2007 reunion album The Weirdness, and who also toured with the band in 1970 and 2003, is coming to Galway.
THE VON Bondies are from Michigan but aren’t really into The Stooges. They are called ‘garage rock’ but don’t play that kind of music. They always have two women in the band, but it’s not a gimmick. It’s no wonder band leader Jason Stollsteimer feels he has a point to prove.
GLAM ROCK legends the New York Dolls and a major dance show by the brilliant Michael Clark, inspired by the Glam era of David Bowie, Iggy Pop, and Lou Reed, are just two of the many exciting shows, concerts, events, readings, and exhibitions lined up for this year’s Galway Arts Festival, which runs from July 13 to 26.