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Daoirí Farrell - leading folk singer for the Róisín Dubh

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DAOIRÍ FARRELL has been called "one of the most important traditional singers to emerge in the last decade", by a key figure in Irish music, and a former Planxty member, Dónal Lunny.

Emmet Scanlan returns to Galway

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LONDON BASED singer-songwriter Emmet Scanlan and his band What the Good Thought are coming to Galway to play The Crane Bar, Sea Road, on Sunday October 20 at 9pm.

Acclaimed folk singer Daoirí Farrell to play the Róisín Dubh

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THERE ARE few folk/trad musicians in Ireland today as acclaimed and admired as Daoirí Farrell. Indeed, Dónal Lunny has called him "one of the most important traditional singers to emerge in the last decade".

The songs and stories of The Dubliners in Ballinasloe

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WILD HAIR, wilder beards; songs about sex, drink, and politics; and a much needed injection of a rebellious, anarchic spirit into Irish folk music of the 1960s - The Dubliners truly were trailblazers.

The Fureys to play the Town Hall

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IRISH FOLK music legends, The Fureys, best known for the songs ‘When You Were Sweet 16’, ‘The Green Fields Of France’, 'Red Rose Café’, ‘Leaving Nancy’, and ‘Steal Away’, return for their 14th visit to the Town Hall Theatre.

Scullion - new date for Róisín Dubh concert

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SCULLION, FEATURING three of Ireland's leading musicians - Sonny Condell, Philip King, Robbie Overson - have announced the new date for their rescheduled Róisín Dubh show, which now takes place on Sunday September 24 at 8pm.

Mick O’Dea presents The Foggy Dew

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Throughout July and August, Ballina Arts Centre – in partnership with the Ballinglen Arts Foundation, the Royal Hiberian Academy, and Mayo County Council – will present The Foggy Dew, an exhibition of new works by RHA president Mick O’Dea, at the Ballina Civic Offices, and the Ballinglen Arts Foundation gallery in Ballycastle.

 

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