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BLUES, SOUL, and indie-folk will be the order of day at HALO when Solarise, Oddsocks Revival, and The Raglans take to the venue’s upstairs stage.
JANUARY IS often a dull month, given that Christmas is over, we are in the bleak mid-winter, and spring is some weeks away, but there is plenty happening in the Róisín Dubh to keep you entertained and keep your spirits up.
Pierce Turner will return to the Marble City to play at the Hole In The Wall on Friday, August 19.
ODDSOCKS REVIVAL bring their mix of classic rock, blues, and rock‘n’roll to Monroe’s Live tonight at 9pm.
HE WAS once one half of the ferocious hardcore duo Giveamanakick, but now he is the leader of a band of more gentle sounding musicians.
Just when you thought it was safe to venture out, former giveamanakick front man and founder Steve Ryan returns to the big bad world of record releases with a second album from his band windings, a new musical offering from one of Limerick’s most talented gents.
THERE IS A certain symmetry at work in the career of Teenage Fanclub. Their debut album A Catholic Education was released independently in 1990 and since then things have come full circle. Twenty years on from that debut comes the band’s 10th album, the wonderful Shadows, also released independently.
“I LOVE the way Pierce Turner sings. He walks on the table tops and dances between the ashtrays and the glasses. As the women peek up the leg of his trousers he lets on not to notice.”