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Now seen live by more than 250,000 people, the award winning and hugely popular hit The Legends of American Country Show is set to make its welcome Athlone debut on Saturday July 27 in the Athlone Springs Hotel, and what a night of toe tapping country music it is going to be.
On the 27th of July, we are delighted to announce that we will be opening our doors to The Legends of American Country Show tribute band.
The Derrylahan in Louisburgh is delighted to welcome one of the best Johnny Cash tribute acts to the stage - tonight, Saturday, June 21.
The Derrylahan in Louisburgh is delighted to welcome one of the best Johnny Cash tribute acts to the stage - on next Friday, June 21.
TRACY BRUEN, one of Galway's very finest singer-songwriters, and Ted Cronin of the much loved Converse All-Stars, will join forces again for the next instalment of Applause at Pálás.
After his sell-out tour of Ireland last year, Johnny Cash tribute performer, Terry Lee Goffee, is delighted to be returning to Westport Town Hall on Friday, March 1.
Imagine the scene in a small rural cottage. It’s nine o clock on a Saturday (the regular crowd shuffles in)...Paddy is in the jacks, clean-shaven, unusually clean shaven for that hour of the night. New geansai on him. His Sunday mass geansai. His sums copy shirt underneath. A pair of Farah slacks giving him shape. Smell of Old Spice and Lynx off him. At this hour of a Saturday, he’s normally just about to get ready for cocoa and slippers and a shout at the telly “how did that hoor Darcy get his own TV show...”
THE HIT show, Legends of American Country, seen by more than 250,000 across Britain, will make its Galway debut on Saturday January 5 2019 in the Shearwater Hotel, Ballinasloe.
HE IS admired by Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, and Roger Waters; has won numerous awards throughout a near 50 year career; and his songwriting has infleunced generations of musicians.
THOMAS GABRIEL, the oldest grandchild of Johnny Cash, is in Ireland this month to re-trace the steps his grandfather took exactly 55 years ago, in what is now referred to as the 'lost tour of Johnny Cash.'