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JOHNNY GALLAGHER, the outstanding Irish guitarist who has rubbed shoulders with Led Zeppelin's John-Paul Jones, Seasick Steve, and ZZ Top is coming to Galway.
OVER THE past few years County Galway band The Deans have moved from being a blues rock trio to one whose sound embraces folk, jazz, psychedelia, and roots.
RORY GALLAGHER tribute band Shinkicker play Monroe’s Live on Friday March 30 at 11pm.
JOHNNY GALLAGHER, the Irish guitarist regarded as one of the finest players of the instrument either here or in Britain, is coming to Galway.
RORY GALLAGHER fans are in for a treat when England’s Shinkicker bring their salute to the great Irish blues-rock guitarist to Monroe’s Live this Sunday.
IRISH FOLK-blues singer songwriter Marc O’Reilly has just released his debut album My Friend Marx. It will be launched in the Róisín Dubh nexy weekend.
WHEN THE Deans released their debut album in 2008, they were a hard rocking, fretboard burning, blues band, but the last year has seen them evolve into an altogether different kind of rock’n’roll animal.
WHEN ERIC Clapton played guitar on John Mayall’s 1966 album Blues Breakers, graffiti appeared around London stating ‘Clapton is God’.
DRUID, DINOSAUR JR, Après Match, Cúirt, Tom Murphy, Peter Green, and Mozart are among the many highlights in the Town Hall’s programme for the coming months, details of which have just been published.
The Deans blues/rock trio from Galway are set to take the small stage (or area!) in Ryans by storm tonight Friday for a gig that will leave fans yearning for more.