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CHARLES WEBSTER, one of the leading DJs on the house music scene, will play Deeper at The Cellar Bar this Bank Holiday Sunday.
Kilkenny County Council Arts office in partnership with Kilkenny Arts Festival is hosting a free public seminar discussing the future of music promotion and distribution.
BADLY DRAWN Boy, aka Manchester singer and composer Damon Gough, will play the Radisson Live Lounge on Saturday July 17 at 9pm as part of the Galway Arts Festival.
DIDO HAS just released her new album Safe Trip Home (Sony BMG) and the Galway Advertiser has five copies to give away.
Gemma Hayes has just been announced as the support act for Ray Lamontagne who plays the Royal Theatre Castlebar on Sunday September 6. Gemma is enjoying the success of an artist that comes from years of hard work and love of music, and this showed this January when Hayes was nominated for Best Irish Female at the 2009 Meteor Irelands Music Awards. Hayes' third album The Hollow of Morning was released in May of last year in Ireland, and debuted at number 12 in the Irish Albums Chart, and earlier this year she performed at the Oscar Wilde party in Los Angeles, California. The annual event takes place days before the Oscars, and celebrates the best of Irish popular culture.
THEY TOOK their name from one of Steely Dan’s greatest songs and throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s enjoyed numerous chart hits. Since re-forming, they continue to entertain the concert crowds.
MONDAYDECEMBER 28 will see John O Callaghan take to the decks at the GPO nightclub Eglinton Street, Galway.
Located within minutes of the city centre, Number 34 Linn Bhuí is one of the most attractive homes of its kind to come to the market for some time. The homes of Linn Bhuí are deceptively larger that they look from the outside and offer discerning purchasers a home that has all to offer in terms of space both inside and out.