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CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED Irish indie bands will be taking to the stage of the Róisín Dubh over the coming Wednesday nights for the monthly Citóg gigs, with folk-blues, rock, electro, and acoustic genres well to the fore. Admission to all three shows are free. Doors are at 9pm.
LEFT-FIELD, eclectic, eccentric, and marvellously creative Irish indie music is always the order of the day at the Citóg nights in the Róisín Dubh, and the nights remaining two shows for May will prove to be no exception.
AMELIA CURRAN, the Juno Award winning singer-songwriter has been described as “a bit like Leonard Cohen being channelled in a dusty saloon by Patsy Cline.”
FROM KRAUTROCK to country, mainstream rock to full on techno, a range of bands and singers working in diverse styles are set to play Monroe’s Live next month.
THE THREE Tenors return to Galway in the New Year to play the Town Hall Theatre on Saturday January 24 at 8pm.
SINGER, SONGWRITER, and poet Leonard Cohen will be celebrated in concert, by the English singer, songwriter, and poet, Keith James.
Leonard Cohen’s recent world tour of stadium venues has been successful beyond belief, but has not, with regret, exposed the solitary inner strength of the songs in their original form. And that is what Keith James aims to do as he delivers each song stripped back - desolate and naked in an intimate and sensitive way.
SIMON AMSTELL, David Baddiel, 30 Rock’s Judah Friedlander, punk poet John Cooper Clarke, and The Faulty Towers Dining Experience are all on their way to Galway to make the end of October the funniest 12 days of the year.
THERE WAS a fine turnout The Crane Bar last Saturday afternoon for the launch of Dimitra Xidous’s debut poetry collection, Keeping Bees, published by Doire Press.
JUDY COLLINS, the legendary British singer, best known for her interpretations of Leonard Cohen, is an admirer of Irishman Scott Maher.