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Cha Wa plays Róisín Dubh on Friday July 28 as part of Arts Festival

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"I’ve seen the future of New Orleans music and its name is Cha Wa." - Paste

New Orleans brass band-meets-Mardi Gras Indian outfit Cha Wa to play in Róisín Dubh

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New Orleans brass band-meets-Mardi Gras Indian outfit Cha Wa radiates the energy of the city’s street culture.

The Highly Anticipated Return of New Orleans Style Showmanship with Stomptown Brass

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Stomptown Brass are back in Galway in a highly anticipated return to the city at Monroe’s Live on Dominick Street.

Stellar lineup at Róisín Dubh for Galway International Arts Festival

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THERE ARE certain factors, without which, Galway International Arts Festival would be incomplete - the Big Top in the Fisheries Field, the extraordinary street spectacles, and the buzz around Róisín Dubh.

Explore Nashville, Memphis and New Orleans with a ten-day food tour

If you enjoy vibrant live music, creole food and history, this special 10-day food tour of the American South is the trip of a lifetime. Enjoy some jazz, home cooking from local Southerners, country music, and a whole lot of rock 'n' roll on this inspiring tour showcasing the rich culture of Memphis, Nashville, Natchez, and New Orleans, plus a trip to Elvis’s iconic Graceland.

Give yourself a margin of safety

Eoin Everard

Give yourself a margin of safety

In late August of 2005, one of the most dangerous tropical storms in history began brewing. The waters of the Gulf of Mexico were unusually warm that month, and the high temperatures transformed the ocean basin into a giant cauldron with the optimal conditions for growth.

An astonishing rescue

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There can be no greater horror for passengers and crew than facing death on a burning ship in a heavy sea, that was sinking by its bow. Which death would you choose? Stay on board and be burnt? Or chance your luck in the waves?

US recognise Mayo D-Day heroine

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Ninety-Eight-year-old Mayo woman Maureen Sweeney was presented with a special US House of Representatives honour last weekend for her actions that helped change the course of history.

The fate of the valiant Captain John Wilson

We get an idea of the perilous position at sea that confronted Captain John Wilson of the Minnie Schiffer, his two-masted brigantine, laden with a full cargo of fruit and wine, as he was sailing from Marseilles to Boston, from this dramatic painting.


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