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BEST ALBUMS OF 2014:
Damien Dempsey is a singer and songwriter who needs little introduction.
Westport Festival of Music and Food has announced that Little Green Cars will perform on the Roisin Dubh stage at the family friendly boutique festival which takes place in the picturesque grounds of Westport House on both the Saturday and Sunday nights of the festival. It is the first time an act will play on both nights of the festival.
The Mayo League representative side made the short trip to Eamon Deacy Park in Terryland on Tuesday night for this first round EA Sports Cup tie. But unfortunately they came up short against the SSE Airtricity League side after holding them at bay for more than 75 minutes of the contest. Galway FC had been pushing for a goal all night, but Mayo League goalkeeper Gary Cunningham had been in fantastic form. When he was finally beaten it came from the boot of Marty Owens who fired home at the back post from close range after being set up by Jake Keegan. The hosts doubled their lead seven minutes before the end when Keegan riffled the ball past Cunningham from out on the right hand side after some neat footwork to create the space for the shot.
IN THE very early 1990s, Ireland enjoyed a creative explosion in indie rock, producing bands like Toasted Heretic, Engine Alley, and The Would Be’s.
Conor Whelan's opportunistic goal after 38 minutes in Semple stadium last Sunday proved decisive as Galway produced a storming finish to overcome Laois in the Electric Ireland All-Ireland minor quarter-final, and set up a date with Limerick on August 18 in the All-Ireland semi-final.
Damien Dempsey will play Galway Arts Festival Big Top in a double bill with Glen Hansard on Thursday July 25.
SOUND AND VISION will combine to dramatic effect when Dublin trio Elevens take to the stage of Monroe’s Live tomorrow at 9.30pm.
Elevens have been wowing audiences with their wonderfully crafted songs delivered with great poignancy by lead singer Martin McCann. The much talked-about band will bring their eclectic acoustic sound to the surrounds of The Stables on Saturday, February 2.
WHEN IT came to delivering classic albums, 1992 was not a bad year. Those 12 months saw the release of REM’s Automatic For The People; Dr Dre’s The Chronic, Morrissey’s Your Arsenal, and debuts from Pavement (Slanted and Enchanted) and PJ Harvey (Dry).