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On Thursday last, an enthusiastic delegation from Claremorris Community Radio travelled to Dublin to attend the signing of a new 10-year licence contract at BAI headquarters.
The annual Michael Commins Galway Concerts are rolling around fast with just three weeks to go before the annual gathering which draws friends and country music followers from all over the island of Ireland as well as some from England and America.
MARGO, ONE of the most popular and enduring presences in County and Irish music, will headline the annual Michael Commins Galway Sessions, which take place in the Clayton Hotel.
Country and Irish legends Big Tom and Margo, along with folk singer Johnny McEvoy, headline the Galway Sessions in The Salthill Hotel. The Galway Sessions, hosted by Michael Commins, take place on Sunday November 5 and Monday 6. Johnny McEvoy has been active on the folk scene since the 1960s and even once supported the Rolling Stones. His performance on Sunday will be his debut at the Galway Sessions.
COUNTRY AND Irish legends Big Tom and Margo, along with folk singer Johnny McEvoy, headline the Galway Sessions, hosted by Michael Commins, in The Salthill Hotel, on Sunday November 5 and Monday 6.
BIG TOM and Margo O’Donnell, two of the major names in Irish country music, top the bill at the annual Michael Commins Concert Shows in the Salthill Hotel, on Sunday November 13 and Monday 14.
Westport United's David Hoban will be part of the Irish squad that will take part in this Regions Cup in Italy at the end of the month. The United man will make up part of a 18-man squad that have been drawn in a group with Macedonia, Slovenia and Italy. Manulla's Cillian McGlade has been put on standby for the squad. The competition kicks off on September 28 when Ireland take on Italy, they follow that up with a clash with Macedonia on September 30 and then take on Slovenia on October 2.
Last week Claremorris Commnuity Radio held a graduation ceremony for its most recently completed media skills course. This particular course was open to anyone over the age of 55 and was funded by the Community Forum of Ireland, under the auspices of CRAOL, the Community Radio Forum.