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In a career spanning over three decades Cork-native Freddie White has established himself as a legendary Irish guitarist and songwriter. He has also been described as the best interpreter of a song in the country and has been ranked alongside Christy Moore, Van Morrison, and Paul Brady. As a founding member of Scullion in the mid 1970s he brought Irish folk music to international attention and later, with The Freddie White Band, he toured with Eric Clapton. As lead guitarist with Horslips and Moving Hearts and as producer with Sinead Lohan he further enhanced his reputation. After many years living in the USA he returned to Ireland in early 2000 and since then has become an almost constant presence on the Irish touring scene. Galway audiences will be very familiar with his much-loved shows at Roisin Dubh down through the years and he makes a welcome return to the venue on Sunday August 24.
HotPress compared their music to U2. News of the World called their debut album “beautiful and atmospheric”. The rest of their fan base, who have helped to make them one of the country’s most formidable live bands, calls them just plain amazing. Dublin-based band Caruso comes to the Roisin Dubh this Sunday in a not-to-be-missed gig.
Guitar fans are in for a treat at the Róisín Dubh on Tuesday December 16 at 9pm when Irish acoustic guitar duo Túcan take to the stage.
ONE DAY INTERNATIONAL may be named after a type of cricket test-match but none of the members of this Irish band is actually interested in cricket.
THE SPIRIT and the extraordinary music of the late, great, and much missed Rory Gallagher will be heard loud and clear when Sinnerboy play the Róisín Dubh.
AFTER THE Beatles, there are few English bands that have cast as large or as long a shadow, or wielded greater influence on all areas of rock music than Pink Floyd.
DESPITE BEING named after a type of cricket match, none of the members of the highly promising Irish band One Day International is actually interested in cricket.