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MARY COUGHLAN, Luka Bloom, and Liam Ó Maonlaí are among the singers and musicians who will take to the stage of the Dolphin Hotel over the coming weeks as part of the annual Inishbofin Concerts series.
MARY COUGHLAN, one of Ireland's greatest jazz vocalists has just released her new album, Scars On The Calendar, with guitarist Erik Visser, and will be in concert at the Town Hall Theatre on Sunday June 13 at 8pm.
Organisers have confirmed that Uisneach Fire Festival will go ahead this Saturday May 9 from 2pm-11.30pm.
This May bank holiday weekend will see Ireland’s oldest Bealtaine celebration on the Hill of Uisneach on Saturday, May 2 from 2-11.30pm. The Uisneach Fire Festival’s unique ceremonial fire parade at dusk will be the centrepiece of the day-long celebration which will feature artisan foods and crafts, holistic healing, a heritage talks tent, re-enactments, and guided heritage walks. The main stage area will feature a full music programme including the Máirtín O’Connor Band and Mary Coughlan. A special Clarke’s Bar Tent will also feature a traditional music programme throughout the day.
SINGER-SONGWRITERS Niceol Blue and Ruth Dillon play the Mná Mná showcase in the upstairs bar of the Róisín Dubh tonight at 8.30pm.
MARY COUGHLAN, the Galwegian rightly regarded as Ireland’s leading jazz and blues vocalist, plays the Town Hall Theatre on Saturday December 20 at 8pm.
IT IS the gift of a songwriter to put together a story that in lyrics and melody transcends time and place to transport us to a place of his/her making, often without us ever noticing the hand steering us along.
He grew up loving outdoor pursuits and the natural world, despite living close to the world’s largest car manufacturing plant. He has lived in Ireland most his life, but his interest in the country was stimulated in part through British Army radio.
SOME OF GALWAY’S greatest folk musicians, like Sean Keane, Sean Tyrrell, Mary McPartlan, and Johnny Duhan, have joined forces to create The Claddagh Band.
The numbers of Irish families depending on the Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) every year has remained high and show no sign of decreasing in any significant way, according to SVP Galway as it launched its annual appeal.