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To mark the launch of their new and improved Studio 2 the world renowned Grouse Lodge residential recording studio will open up to the public this Saturday August 17 from 11am-4pm. Situated in Rosemount at the heart of County Westmeath, Grouse Lodge has played host to many world famous artists including Snowpatrol, The Stereophonics, Michael Jackson, and The Manic Street Preachers.
Local Kilkenny band Reko blew away the competition in Cork to take their place in a national showpiece with the chance to win a support slot with Snow Patrol.
ALL KINDS of music will be heard in Monroe’s Live over the next month from 1960s pop, to country, reggae, and rock.
SEVEN DAYS, the young Irish pop/soul/rock band, which wowed crowds at the New Bands Stage at Oxygen, will play The Dáil Bar on Sunday April 11 at 10pm.
After bringing ‘hobo chic’ to a whole new dimension, Belfast-based singer-songwriter Peter Wilson, aka Duke Special, returned with his third studio album last month, the surprisedly entitled ‘I Never Thought This Day Would Come’.
Mullingar-based rock band Ever27 have taken the unusual step of releasing two singles on the same day, October 24. One of the singles is entitled ‘Closer’ and the other is ‘Wake Up’.
“MUSIC WAS always there in some form but only gradually asserted itself on me.” So says Galway born singer-songwriter Adrian Crowley as he prepares to release his fifth album Season Of The Sparks and plays a homecoming concert at Strange Brew in the Róisín Dubh tonight at 9pm.