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Planet of sound

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‘I don’t feel truly normal’

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IT’S NOT every musician who can say she has a friend and mentor in Tom Waits, or that she baby-sat for his children, but the American born, Manchester based singer, guitarist, and songwriter Jesca Hoop certainly can.

‘Boundary-breaking’ guitarist Albert Niland returns

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ALBERT NILAND, the Mountbellew born guitarist and songwriter, who shot to prominence with his cover of Kate Bush’s ‘Wuthering Heights’, plays the Róisín Dubh on Tuesday February 2 at 9pm.

Galway actress to make directorial debut in Dublin next month

GALWAY ACTRESS Aoife Connolly will make her directorial debut with Marina Carr’s black comedy Portia Coughlan in The New Theatre, Temple Bar, Dublin, next month.

Talented Galway musician to play at Kyteler’s

Albert Niland is unquestionably one of Ireland ’s finest guitar talents.

Albert Niland @ Róisín Dubh

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ALBERT NILAND, the Mountbellew born guitarist and songwriter, who shot to prominence with his cover of Kate Bush’s ‘Wuthering Heights’, plays the Róisín Dubh on Sunday at 9pm.

Talented Galway musician to play at Kyteler’s

Albert Niland is unquestionably one of Ireland ’s finest guitar talents.

21 Outs bring the rock ‘n’ roll on Independence Day

21 Outs bought their rock ‘n’ roll circus to Castlebar last Saturday night as Finbar Hoban Presents…Celebrated Independence Day at Bar Ritz (Mulroys Bar) with support coming from Galway’s finest, Mugger Dave, plus very special guest Jennifer Evans and The Ripe Intent hailing from Dublin.

Albert Niland for the Passionfruit

Possibly best known for his haunting rendition of Kate Bush’s ‘Wuthering Heights’, Irish singer-songwriter Albert Niland comes to the Passionfruit Theatre on Saturday January 30 at 8.30pm.

Julie Feeney - dressed for the occasion

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JULIE FEENEY will perform songs from her new album pages, with the ConTempo Quartet, in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church on Thursday July 16 at 8pm as part of this year’s Galway Arts Festival.

 

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