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THE CAREER of Miles Davis is almost the history of post-war American jazz, with the trumpeter exploring, and often pioneering, such genres as cool jazz, hard bop, modal jazz, as well as fusion through his embrace of rock, funk, and hip hop.
GALWAY TRIO 'Til They're All Broken fuse vocal led funk-rock stylings, a dose of instrumental jazz, and a dollop of world music, as the ciuty will hear when they play live next week.
MARTIN HAYES and Dennis Cahill may be one of, if not the greatest, partnership in Irish trad. The duo, going strong since meeting in Chicago in the 1980s, return to Galway, to play the Róisín Dubh this month.
'Til They're All Broken will launch their new album at Monroe's Live's Backstage Bar on Thursday September 14.
"IMAGINE THE impressionistic electric-jazz moodiness and glistening keyboard textures of Miles Davis’s In A Silent Way seamlessly wrapped around Celtic folk melodies." That was how The Guardian described jazz 'supergroup' Dinosaur.
Top British jazz supergroup Dinosaur weave their musical magic at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday, February 23, at 8pm as part of a Music Network tour. Following boldly in the footsteps of the likes of Polar Bear and Phronesis, Dinosaur skilfully weaves electric-jazz, Celtic folk melodies, and North African drumming styles into a sound reminiscent of late-1960s Miles Davis.
MARTIN HAYES and Dennis Cahill just may be one of, if not the greatest, partnership in Irish trad. The duo, going strong since they met in Chicago in the 1980s, make a welcome return to Galway, to play the Róisín Dubh this month.
FROM BE-BOP, to laid back instrumentals, to standards by Miles Davis, Art Blakley, Benny Golson, and Grant Green, all will be played at Killer Joe's Jazz Club in Monroe's The Side Bar this Sunday from 8pm.
A NEW monthly jazz night, Killer Joe’s Jazz Club, presented by The Galway Jazz Quartet, will open in The Side Bar, Monroe's Live, on Sunday February 28.