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The Royal Castlebar will welcome back a host of Ireland’s best loved performers for a late concert on Bank Holiday Saturday August 1 including Sharon Shannon, Damien Dempsey, Dessie O’Halloran, and Shane McGowan.
“Unfinished business,” was the reply given by Noel Eccles when asked why Moving Hearts were reforming. “When we last played in Ireland, the UK and at some European festivals in 1987, it was as an instrumental band and we always felt that we hadn’t finished exploring the possibilities of our unique line-up,” he said. Many people in Ireland were happy to see Moving Hearts back together as an instrumental band and duly filled Dublin’s Vicar Street for four successive nights in February 2007.
GALWAY REGGAE and techno fans are in for one hell of a Bank Holiday Weekend treat with the Mini Mantua Weekender on Saturday August 1 and Sunday 2 in An Pucán, Forster Street.
REDMOND O’TOOLE, possibly the leading young Irish classical guitarist of today, is returning to Galway to play St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church on Tuesday at 8pm.
If you are looking to venture towards something different on the music scene at this year’s Kilkenny Arts Festival - maybe Low from the ‘Wired’ programme might just be the sauce for you.
During the Gaelforce West adventure sports weekend which takes place in August, live music promoters Legends of Rock Ireland Ltd will put on a show in the grounds of Westport House.
The fabulous American Drifters sold every seat in the house on their last visit, so get your tickets early for this magical show!
THE IRISH Baroque Orchestra will celebrate the music of Haydn when it plays St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church on Friday August 14 at 8pm in association with Music for Galway.
BORN FROM the psychedelic US underground scene of the late 1960s, the Silver Apples were a duo whose experimental music helped pave the way for techno and indie rock.
THE ARCTIC Monkeys will release their new single, ‘Crying Lightning’, through Oxfam Ireland’s shops in Cork, Ennis, Dublin, and Galway.