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JIM ROONEY, the acclaimed Nashville producer and musician, is coming to County Galway to play a concert with guitarist Arty McGlynn and 4 Men & A Dog's Mick Daly.
NANCI GRIFFITH one of the best loved country singers in the world, who also enjoys a devoted fan-base in Ireland, plays the Town Hall Theatre on Friday March 2.
Three music veterans, Jim Rooney, Arty McGlynn, and Mick Daly, will join forces for an evening of country, bluegrass, and traditional music not to be missed at the Bog Lane Theatre, Ballymahon, Co Longford, on Sunday November 6 at 8pm.
Cleere’s Theatre is the venue of choice this Sunday for two highly acclaimed artists, who will be bringing their own unique sounds to Kilkenny’s music scene.
SINGERS AND Their Songs is an annual series of live sessions in The Crane Bar, Sea Road, promoting Galway based singer-songwriters, acoustic groups, and roots bands.
HUNDREDS OF years ago the music played on Scottish and Irish fiddles combined with Spanish guitar, Italian mandolin, and West African banjo in the Southern Appalachian Mountains of America.
FOR MANY years Nanci Griffith has straddled the fine line between folk and country with a unique style of playing and singing she has christened ‘folkabilly’
Over the past decade or so Kilkenny’s popular Rhythm and Roots festival has succeeded in putting the city on the roots music map, just as the Cats Laugh has put it on the comedy map.
NASHVILLE IS the home of country music, and one of that city’s most respected producers Jim Rooney is returning to his second home of Galway to play a show at The Crane Bar, Sea Road.
Nanci Griffith's musical journey has taken her from folk and country roots, to her own brand of “folkability”; from Austin’s Hole In The Wall bar to New York’s Carnegie Hall, Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry and London’s Royal Albert Hall. Griffith has penned such classics as ‘Gulf Coast Highway’ (duet with Emmylou Harris and Willie Nelson), ‘Love At The Five And Dime’ and ‘Outbound Plane’. In turn, she was the first to record Julie Gold’s Grammy winning classic ‘From A Distance’. She has also been honoured with five Grammy nominations, three as a solo artist (winning once) and twice for performances on albums by The Chieftains (winning once).