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There is a top line-up of live music celebrating some of Ireland's biggest rock stars at Garbo's music venue in Castlebar this August Bank Holiday weekend.
THEY HAVE been called “serious challengers for the area populated by the likes of Fleet Foxes, Mumford and Sons, and The Low Anthem" by Hotpress and “one of the most promising young bands to come out of Ireland in several decades,” according to Maverick.
OLIVER CALLAN, the political humourist and satirist and the man behind RTÉ Radio 1's Callan's Kicks, is bringing his stage show to Galway later this year as part of his Irish tour.
BEFORE THE Strypes, even before Imelda May became a star in Ireland and Britain, three London based teenagers were paving the way for a serious rock’n’roll and blues revival. Their names? Kitty, Daisy & Lewis.
Westport based songwriter Paul K has just released his debut single called ‘Bright Side’.
Two fantastic nights of music take place this January at Roscommon Arts Centre, kicking off with Maura O’Connell and Karan Casey taking to the stage on January 24. Witness the first collaboration of legendary singers Maura O’Connell and Karan Casey as they are joined by accordionist Martin Tourish and guitarist Ed Boyd this spring. With a Grammy nomination, TG4 Musician of the Year title, BBC Folk Award, and over one million album sales between them, this promises to be an incredible evening with some of the biggest talents in Irish music.
Ireland’s reigning queen of rockabilly, Imelda May, has announced that she will perform at The Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on December 14.
There is plenty of optimism in the air this week as the local economy is in line for an injection of more than €90 million due to the success of the Galway International Arts Festival and the numbers going through the turnstills at the Galway Races so far up on previous years.
THEY HAVE sold-out gigs throughout the country, played for Uachtarán na hÉireann Michael D Higgins, and released their second album - all in 2014.
It is no longer the Galway Arts Festival, it is the Galway International Arts Festival, a recognition of how the July event has grown to become one of the premiere arts events in Ireland and Europe.