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Style, fashion, and glamour at this year’s Clarinbridge Oyster festival

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The village of Clarenbridge has long garnered national and international acclaim for its annual Oyster Festival. The event, now in its 56th year, is very much part of local heritage and this year’s event in September will provide an excellent weekend for festival goers.

Aftermath to go  to the next level 

Mullingar-based groovesters The Aftermath will step up a level in the pantheon of Irish music this summer when they play at Electric Picnic and the Rose of Tralee festival, and continue with the baton of excellence recently passed on by the dormant Blizzards.

Julie Feeney to appear at AIDS West charity concert

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JULIE FEENEY, the Athenry born, award winning, vocalist and composer, will be the special guest at a charity concert for AIDS West in Monroe’s Live.

Saving J perform new single Venus at the Pumphouse

Fresh from their second UK tour in the past 6 months and rolling out yet another crunching single are Kilkenny’s pop rock quartet Saving J.

Cannonball Run stopover confirmed for this year’s Clarenbridge Oyster Festival

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This year’s Clarenbridge Oyster Festival was launched officially in the village last weekend when it was announced that the festival will be an official stopover for the annual cross-country drive, the Cannonball Run.

A feast of music and family fun at Coole this week

Events taking place this week as part of the Coole Park Spring Programme will celebrate Galway’s musical and natural heritage.

Support your local bands, DJs, and singers for Meteor 2010 awards

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Today is the final day for the public to nominate bands and artists for the Meteor’s Hope For 2010 Awards and there is a host of Galway bands and singers long listed for the prize.

Galway acts to perform at Choice Awards

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Athenry vocalist/ composer Julie Feeney, Barna’s Adrian Crowley, and Dark Room Notes, two of whose members come from Galway, will perform at the fifth annual Choice Music Prize awards next month.

The Flaws’ Italian adventures and Lego obsessions

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When you think of Irish rock and indie, the traditional strongholds for major talent to emerge have nearly always been Dublin and Cork. Yet the last few years has seen a plethora of high quality bands emerge from other areas of the country and a growing willingness among the public to support them.

Julie Feeney releases new album

ATHENRY SINGER, composer, multi instrumentalist, orchestra conductor, inaugural Choice Music Prize winner, and watersports enthusiast Julie Feeney, releases her new album pages on Friday June 5.

 

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