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TOO MUCH For The White Man's SugarBeat Festival reunion show is possibly the most anticipated performance of the weekend, and the band, who enjoyed a wide following in Ireland in the late 1980s/early 1990s play Tuam Stadium on Saturday August 22.
DJ MICKY MAC of 2FM will be in The Stock Exchange Bar tomorrow to launch the Shop Street venue’s new clubnight - Old School Insomnia.
Musicians from White Chalk are calling on the people of Westmeath to vote for them next weekend as they go head-to-head with nine other bands from across Ireland in the final stage of 2fm’s Play The Picnic with Oxfam competition.
THE USA celebrates its Independence Day on July 4 and in that spirit Galway’s Ignite Gospel Choir will perform two concerts of American song.
IN THEIR Thousands’ music sits somewhere between the folk-rock of Mumford and Sons and Devendra Banhart and the epic indie of Alt-J and Django Django.
A young student from Westport will be studying her dictionary and fine-tuning her pronunciation skills in the coming months after being crowned the county’s spelling bee champ and winning a place in the provincial spelling bee final.
LIVERPOOL-GALWAY punk band Vamos will storm the stage of Kelly’s Bar, Bridge Street tomorrow, headlining a bill featuring six bands.
Legendary Irish radio presenter Dave Fanning has commended “Loverboy Blues” the new single by The Dennis McCalmont Band on his RTE 2fm radio show. This is welcome good news for the Mayo-based four piece, who recently released their album #SoulRecall which has been playlisted on radio stations across the globe. The musical tightness of The Dennis McCalmont Band comes from 10 years of loyal friendship and musical explorations with seasoned campaigners Michael Buckton (electric guitar), Craig Donaldson (bass), and Donald Hoban (drums).
THE POINT where old school rock and heavy metal meet is where Dublin quartet Crafty Fuzz can be found as Galway will hear in The Cellar Bar tomorrow at 9pm.
Thanks to the Supermac’s inspired Bring Them Home competition, the Mentane family living in Kilnadeema, Co Galway, will be anticipating a visit this Christmas from father and husband Patrick Mentane, who has been based in Australia since last June. Patrick Mentane relocated to Queensland in June to work on the motorways. A return trip to Ireland at Christmas was looking to be beyond the family’s financial means which was upsetting for them given that Mr Mentane was forcibly absent from his daughter’s first birthday and his wife’s graduation since the move.