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THE GRACEFUL, melodic solo on ‘Whiskey In The Jar’; the searing, blistering guitar lines on ‘Black Boys On The Corner’; and the wah-wah drenched funk of ‘Ray-Gun’. This is the sound of Eric Bell.
On January 21 2012, my dear brother Eamonn suddenly and unexpectedly passed on to join St Peters Heavenly Band. Eamonn was born in Grealishtown beside the new cemetery where he now rests.
PHIL LYNOTT, singer, songwriter, and leader of Thin Lizzy, is both an Irish and global rock icon, and Galway will celebrate his music at a special concert tomorrow.
Having had an enjoyable stroll through Galway city and county, it is abundantly clear that Galway literally has everything that anyone could possible want for Christmas, and at a price that despite the budget, we can afford. Also shopping in Galway is fun! And the shops are making every effort to meet our limited pockets by having bargains and beautifully decorated shops. Then after a hectic few hours shopping, and everyone sorted, a hot mulled cider, or a cool German beer in the Bier Keller, at the Eyre Square Christmas market tent, is a blast! Her are some of my suggestions:
WHEN YOU have created two of the best and most memorable Irish albums of recent years, won awards, had Brendan Benson play your songs at his DJ sets, and had people singing your words back at you in concert, the question must arise: How do I follow that?
Athlone’s Literary Festival has announced its 2011 line-up. It features diverse events such as a creative writing workshop with Big Smoke Writing Factory, discussions with poet Gabriel Rosenstock and writer Nuala Ni Conchuir, and an interview with Ruth Dudley Edwards.
Horslips matter. They mattered in the 1970s and their reunion proves they matter still. Why? Perhaps, to quote from the opening narration of Return of The Dancehall Sweethearts, the 2005 documentary on the band, “We saw in Horslips something that was ours, something that was of us...[they are] part of what makes us, us.”
Father Ted will be the order of the night next Saturday night, July 16, as Finbar Hoban Presents... Father Ted fancy dress party with live music coming from The Minutes with support from Dead School and C O Neill and Co. Prizes will be held for best dressed Father Ted character and there will be a mock Mass to entertain everybody with Father Ted and Father Dougal and Father Jack presiding over the ceremonies. Mrs Doyle will also be on hand to offer you a nice cup of tea and Marc Conway will provide the soundtrack for the evening with Ghost Town.
Philomena Lynott, the mother of Thin Lizzy leader and rock icon Phil Lynott, will be in Galway next weekend to sign copies of her book My Boy.