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Kilkenny Arts Festival kicks off this evening with ten days of top class music, art and entertainment for the public to enjoy.
FREDDIE WHITE has been to the forefront of Irish folk for more than 40 years. He began playing gigs in his teens around Cork city before perfecting his unique style busking in London.
ALTHOUGH HE is no stranger to Galway, having played the city many times over the past four decades, Luka Bloom has never played The Crane Bar.
Galway native Noelie McDonnell is coming to Kilkenny next week for a mid-week-special gig on Wednesday night.
FRIENDSHIPS AND the sea dominate the songs of Lisa Hannigan. Her musical ambitions were brought to life by her mother, Freddie Mercury, and Maria Callas. She has emerged from the Damien Rice era strong and excited by the future. She could also prove a heroine to those who cherish the physical album.
We must have been very good this year indeed as Luka Bloom has released yet another album, Eleven Songs, just about a year after his most recent offering Tribe.
Noelie McDonnell is to play Ryans on Friday, November 13.
Internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Luka Bloom will be playing in Moka Live, Castlebar on Tuesday February 17. Luka Bloom recently released his 12th album, Eleven Songs, featuring the current single ‘Don't Be Afraid Of The Light That Shines Within You’.
“I’m a bogman, deep down, it’s where I come from,” sang Luka Bloom on his song ‘I’m A Bogman’, but just what makes this special relationship between people and Irish landscape?
Luka Bloom is pretty much blooming at the moment in the wake of the release of his most recent album Eleven Songs.