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Funk-soul diva Janelle Monae to play Galway

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JANELLE MONAE has been called “a different kind of diva” by Vogue, “a true visionary” by Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, while Andre ‘3000’ Benjamin says she has “one of the most enchanting voices of our generation”.

Galway-born celeb hairdresser apologises for racist comments at BAFTAs

Galway-born celebrity hairdresser James Brown has apologised for repeatedly calling a black TV presenter a 'n*****' at the TV Baftas.

Talented local acts set to play Galway Arts Festival big top

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Galway Arts Festival will showcase a wealth of local talent this year with several young and emerging bands, all with strong Galway links, supporting major headline acts Blondie, De La Soul, Bell X1, and AfroCubism at the Festival Big Top.

Paul King to bring the soul to Bar 8

DONEGAL BORN, Galway based, singer-songwriter Paul King and his band will play Bar 8 this Monday and Tigh Neachtains on Tuesday March 1.

James Brown night @ Monroe’s Live

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LEADING JAMES Brown impersonator Buck Taylor returns to Monroe’s Live on Friday February 25 from 11pm for another night of powerhouse funk and soul.

The Blues Brothers charity screening

THE BLUES Brothers, one of the best loved films of all time, will be shown in The Eye Cinema on Monday at 7pm.

Celebrate Halloween at Monroe’s Live

THIS WEEKEND is Halloween and Monroe’s Live will have plenty of events full of scares, soul, and rock’n’roll.

Race Week gigs at Monroe’s Live

THE CAMEMBERT Quartet are among the many and diverse acts who will be providing musical entertainment at Monroe’s Live during Race Week.

Soul duo return to the decks for a special one night show

DJs Johnny and Finbar launched their first soul night in Rowlands Bar way back in 2006. They were relative newcomers to the soul scene in Castlebar although Finbar Hoban had made his DJ debut back in 2001 in the Humbert Inn, which had also seen the likes of DJs Dave Barry and Uggie Horkan take the role of serving up some splendid soul and northern soul nights back at the turn of the decade.

Adventures in electronica

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Do you find dance and techno tiring? A frustrating experience of a music which promised so much innovation in 1988 and has often never delivered on that promise? Or are you just plain fed up of the ‘thump, thump, thump’ that constitutes a lot of dance music?

 

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