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An exciting line-up of live gigs will take place at Garbo's Castlebar over this weekend with The Dirty Circus tonight, Friday February 15 - and SoulPowerLive taking to the stage on Saturday February 16. Also coming up is Nirvana Tribute Band (In Bloom) who will be on stage on Saturday March 2.
An exciting line-up of live gigs will take place at Garbo's Castlebar during February and March, starting with The Dirty Circus on Friday February 15, Nirvana Tribute Band (In Bloom) on Saturday March 2 and SoulPowerLive taking to the stage on Saturday March 16.
CRANKY FACE, the Galway alternative/indie-rock band have released their new single, 'Vultures', the first track from their forthcoming EP which will be released later this year.
NEGATIVE CREEPS, the Nirvana tribute band who take their name from the final song on side one of Nirvana's 1989 debut album Bleach, are coming to Monroe's Live.
NIRVANA, SOUNDGARDEN, Pearl Jam, Alice In Chains - the Holy Quartet of Grunge and late 1980s/early 1990s sound of the Pacific Northwest, will be recreated in Monroe’s Live.
IT IS 25 years this month since Nirvana released the game changing, and now classic, album Nevermind, and equally epochal single, 'Smells Like Teen Spirit', so if you are in the mood to commemorate check out this upcoming show.
Songs for The Deaf are one of Ireland’s best tribute bands, and Ireland's only group paying tribute to one of America’s best rock bands Queens of the Stone Age, and they are coming to play the Garbo’s venue this Saturday night December 19 just in time for Christmas.
NEGATIVE CREEPS, the Nirvana tribute band who take their name from the final song on side one of Nirvana's debut album Bleach, are coming to Monroe's.
GRUNGE BEGAN in Washington State in the 1980s, with bands like Green River - containing future members of Pearl Jam and Mudhoney - before going overground with Nirvana's Nevermind, and coming to an untimely end with Kurt Cobain's suicide in 1994.
COBAIN: MONTAGE Of Heck, the extraordinary new documentary on the life of Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain, will get a second screening at the IMC Galway cinema this week. Owing to overwhelming public demand, the film, written and directed by Brett Morgen, with Kurt’s daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, as executive producer, will be screened this Wednesday [April 22] at 8.30pm.