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ISPCC Childline has received the full support of Irish country music stars, including Daniel O’Donnell, Nathan Carter, and many more, with the launch of the ‘Reach Out’ single in aid of the 24 hour active listening service for children.
A spectacular new musical/drama, ‘Who Dares to Dream’ written by Irish country music singer, Michael English and playwright, Tommy Marren, will grace the stage of the Dean Crowe Theatre on Friday, April 17.
PADRAIG STEVENS and Leo Moran, two of Galway's greatest and most popular singer-songwriters, will play new songs, old favourites, and sing-alongs, as well as tell some stories at their gigs in Galway city and Tuam.
THE SAW Doctors, Christy Moore, and Michael English have all had success with his songs but to hear the original versions of 'The Tuam Beat', ‘Streets of Galway’, and 'Ireland for the Summer', go to the next Bus King gig.
Western Care Association is delighted to be hosting Michael English and his band for an intimate evening of music and song in the beautiful St Patrick’s Church, Ballyhaunis this evening. Michael is currently going from strength to strength on the Irish country music scene, for both his dances and concerts and is one of the most popular artists at the moment.
LEGENDARY TUAM songwriter Padraig Stevens will play a rare Galway concert next week, at The King's Head, accompanied by Leo Moran of The Saw Doctors.
Mayo will see an influx of some 40,000 people this weekend with both the annual Croagh Patrick Pilgrimage and the Bonniconlon Show seeing thousands come to the county to take part in the events.
Ballinasloe's Shearwater Hotel is inviting you to 'Country and Social Dancing', a line-up of weekend events featuring the who's who of the Irish country music scene, taking place throughout July and August.
Shearwater Hotel is celebrating all things country with its newly extended dance floor.
All three Mayo sides in action in the FAI Junior Cup last weekend recorded victories and advanced to the last 32. Manulla made the long trip to Leeside on Saturday evening and they came away with the spoils thanks a 4-3 penalty shoot-out win over Glen Celtic. Gary Concannon pulled back an equaliser for Tom Healy’s men with a quarter of an hour left on the clock to force extra-time. After a tense and frenetic extra period the dreaded penalty shoot-out was called for. Rory Martyn was denied first but a flawless return from Enda McGahon, Bryan Ralph, Conor Byrne and Connacht Gold Super Cup hero Declan Tonra sealed the win.