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MIRIAM DONOHUE, one of Galway’s most talented and interesting singer-songwriters is due to start recording her debut album this month and is raising funds for the project through Fundit.ie.
Three full days of pickin’, pluckin’, bowin’, blowin’, strummin’, slappin’ and slidin’ are in store as the eighth Westport Folk and Bluegrass Festival is set to take the town by storm from Friday to Sunday, June 13 to 15, in association with Fáilte Ireland.
T BEGINS with a frantic drumbeat and squall of feedback, before the distorted guitars kick with a punk style descending chord riff, and a voice sings in a melody worthy of a fifties and sixties girl groups: “You look at me as if I’m some drama queen...”
SWOON, THE debut album from Galway indie band Dott will be launched at a gig in the Róisín Dubh on Saturday November 9 at 9pm.
MARK GEARY plays the upstairs bar of the Róisín Dubh tomorrow at 8.30pm as part of his current Irish tour.
MONTHLY CLUBNIGHT Klub Orange takes place in The Cellar underground tomorrow night from 10.30pm.
THE YEAR normally does not go by without the Galway Arts Centre hosting a number of music gigs, either in its HQ in Dominick Street or at the Nuns Island Theatre, but a three day music festival, focussing on indie, folk rock, and electronica, is a new departure.
THE GREAT Máirtin O’Connor, along with singer-guitarist Seamie O’Dowd, and Tradiohead will play a charity concert in Monroe’s Live next week.
‘ALIEN POP’ and avant garde electronica will be the order of the day when electro-duo Nanu Nanu take to the stage of An Taibhdhearc for the Spirit of Voice festival.
THE CRANE Bar’s Mná Mná gigs return tonight at 9pm with performances from Peneleapaí, Miriam O’Donohue, and Niceol Blue.