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Eurovision Song Contest winner Charlie McGettigan, of ‘Rock and Roll Kids’ fame, and Mississipi born American songstress Kelley McRae are featuring at the next session of The Acoustic Yard.
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.
A DISTINGUISHED veteran of the Irish folk/singer-songwriter scene and a rising new force in Irish trad share the stage at The Forge, Moycullen, on Friday May 3.
Katelyn Molloy, a Leaving Cert student from Cregmore, Claregalway has qualified for the semi-final stages of the All-Ireland Music Competition where a recording contract and representation at TMI awaits the winning act. Seventeen year-old Katelyn, a cousin of pop star Una Healy of The Saturdays will be contesting for a place in the final at the West County Hotel, Ennis, Co Clare on January 4 where she will have to battle against 15 other competitors in the penultimate stages of the competition.
GALWAY SINGER Sandra Coffey releases her debut single ‘Mascara Girl’ on iTunes from tomorrow, in anticipation of her forthcoming album.
SINGER-SONGWRITER Charlie McGettigan makes a welcome visit to Galway this month to play a solo show in The Forge, Moycullen.
Local band, The LOLs will receive their second Corporate Band of the Year Award at a Gala Function in The Helix Concert Hall, Dublin. The Irish Entertainment Awards will take place on Monday October 11 with a civic reception at 7pm for all the award winning artists.
Excitement filled the air this week when director of Midland Drama School, Lorraine Wynne, received a phone call from the Irish Entertainment Awards to inform her that her girlband Elles Divas are up for an award for the Best Upcoming Pop Teen Girlband 2010.
CHARLIE MCGETTIGAN, one of Ireland’s best known songwriters, will play The Crane Bar on Thursday June 10 at 9pm in a fundraising gig for the earthquake devastated island of Haiti.
CHRISTY MOORE, Liam Clancy, Virginia Kerr, Druid Theatre Company, and Opera UK are among the highlights in Town Hall Theatre’s programme for the coming months.