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PSYCHEDELIC PILL, the acclaimed tribute band to Neil Young, are coming to Monroe’s Live this week, to perform a set by the great Canadian singer-songwriter that concentrates mostly on his classic period between 1968 and 1975.
FOLLOWING THE release of his fourth album Outlines, Peter Doran plays Monroe’s Live on Sunday April 19 as part of his current Irish tour.
REBEL SONGS and Irish roots music will be heard loud and proud when Galway band The Uncurables play Monroe’s Backstage Bar on Thursday December 18.
ACOUSTIC GUITARS dominated Thurston Moore’s last two solo albums, but the recent collaboration with Chelsea Light Moving and that magnificent January 2013 show in the Róisín Dubh announced his electric six-string was plugged back in.
MAX JURY may not yet be a familiar name to music fans but make no mistake, it is only a matter of time before this American singer-songwriter is widely known and admired.
PHIL COSBY is a man who is not afraid of the brutal. He takes his audience on a journey through luscious folk ballads, to out and out rock and roll, to driving dance grooves, and transient soundscapes.
THE MIDNIGHT Union Band come from Kilkenny, but it might as well be Kentucky with a sound steeped in Americana, folk, and roots music.
GALWAY FOLK-rockers The Rascals take to the stage of Monroe’s Live Backstage Bar this Sunday at 10pm.
THIS YEAR has been a good year for Sandra Coffey. Not only did she oversee the successful first running of Galway’s Oscar Wilde Festival, she also released her debut album, Morning Zoo, featuring eight self-penned songs, to considerable acclaim.
GALWAY SINGER Sandra Coffey launches her debut album, Morning Zoo, on Thursday July 25 with a concert in the Townhouse Bar, as part of the Galway Fringe Festival.