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FOLLOWING THE release of his fourth album Outlines, Peter Doran plays Monroe’s Live on Sunday April 19 as part of his current Irish tour.
THE SOULFUL indie-folk of Peter Doran, described by The Last Mixed Tape blog “as a very special songwriting talent”, will be heard in the upstairs bar of the Róisín Dubh on Friday November 14 at 9pm.
The Helium Micro Music Festival crew are delighted to announce that Delorentos have been added to the festival’s main stage line-up for 2012. The Dublin-based band will play the Helium Main Stage just before bill toppers Ash and their blend of critically acclaimed alternative rock is sure to set the scene perfectly before the last act of the night.
The musical woodwork of Mullingar will be well and truly emptied this weekend as the great, the good, and the grateful of this vibrant scene descend on the Stables for a three-night celebration of the life of one of the pioneers and stalwarts, the late Cani Bruton.
Folk-pop heavyweight Peter Doran and fellow folk group Arrow in the Sky are taking to the road this August for your auditory pleasure and will be playing across the Midlands including this Sunday August 7 in Danny Byrnes, Mullingar and the Passionfruit Theatre, Athlone on Friday August 12.
Ryan Sheridan is a solo singer and guitarist from County Monaghan. As a teenager, he made his tentative first steps onstage in the pubs and clubs of Manhattan’s Lower East Side. An intimidating environment where he was old enough to play but not to drink, the competitive nature of the scene and the city meant he had to get good quick or go home.
O Emperor are on the crest of a wave. Since emerging onto the live scene just 18 months ago, the band has become one of the highest profile alternative acts in the county, and one of the most acclaimed.
Declan O’Rourke, who has been called the Irish Leonard Cohen and won the praise of a host of industry giants including Chris Rea, Paul Weller, Paul Brady, and Snow Patrol, has been busy over the past two years since the release of his second record Big, Bad, Beautiful World.
Amnesty International's new Ambassador of conscience honoree, Peter Gabriel and former recipient U2's The Edge launched the organisation's Small Places Tour in London last week. The event, held at the Hard Rock Café, outlined a preliminary list of 500 Small Places concerts in 47 countries. Organisers expect the list to grow to 1,000 concerts.