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HE HAS a new album, a new single, a new Irish tour, and he will be in Galway tomorrow. He is singer-songwriter Mundy who plays the Róisín Dubh at 9pm.
The Coronas, one of Ireland’s most popular rock bands, will play the Galway Arts Festival Big Top in the Fisheries Field on Saturday July 19.
THOUGH THEY were together for only three years and released just two albums, 1960s ensemble Sweeney’s Men enjoy legendary status in folk and folk-rock circles.
Emmett’s on Abbey Street, Ballina has been established for more than 20 years as one of the best live music venues in Mayo. It’s been home to all genres of music from rock to blues through folk and country. This weekend there is another line up of great live music in the venue. Kicking off tonight, Friday, April 27 the ever popular Breathe will be taking to the stage, along with acoustic duo Ross and Dean. On Saturday night, it’s going to be a night of rock and blues with Blister. On Sunday night, the ‘Mama of Soul’ Christina Forde and her band will be bringing the weekend to a close.
ENGLISH SINGER-songwriter Duncan Sumpner, who goes under the stage name Songs of Green Pheasant, has released three albums on FatCat records, which also released albums by Sigur Ros.
LEADING IRISH figures in blues, trad, and folk, will be heading to the Aran Islands this month to play the Inis Oírr Music Festival.
HENRY MCCULLOUGH, the County Antrim blues guitarist, singer, and songwriter, has a list of achievements in rock’n’roll that would be the envy of any musician.
JM SYNGE is best known as a playwright but he was also a keen photographer and his photos are currently on exhibition in the Áras Éanna Arts Centre on Inis Oírr.
THERE IS a rare buzz to playing live - standing on a stage in front of hundred of people wqho know the words of your songs, and will sing them back to you. Live shows and tours also lead you to have some crazy adventures and, if you are lucky, the chance to meet a Beatle.
DECEMBER IS going to be a amazing month for music fans in the city as three of Ireland’s leading bands - Two Door Cinema Club, Villagers, and The Coronas - come to Galway for a series of major ‘Róisín Dubh presents...’ concerts.