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Celebrating Easter with a difference as Biden’s tax thoughts may prove problematic for Ireland

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Celebrating Easter with a difference as Biden’s tax thoughts may prove problematic for Ireland

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NewDad - debut EP, Róisin Dubh show

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FOLLOWING THE release of their debut EP, Galway indie quartet NewDad have announced a series of Irish shows in November.

'What we hear in our heads is what we try and make'

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THEY ARE not yet finished college. Not all the members are yet in their twenties. They have only released a few singles and an EP, but Valeras are deservedly regarded as one of Britain's most exciting indie-guitar based bands.

Cherym - pop-punk hooks with a tough edge

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"THREE CHEEKY, loud mouthed, girls from Derry" is how CHERYM, the brilliant young garage/punk band, describe themselves. Brim full with attitude and pop hooks with a tough edge, they are set to release a new single and play Galway.

Ballintubber will need to dig deep on Sunday

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Ballintubber will have to produce the game of their lives - and some - to have a chance against standard bearers and All-Ireland champions, Corofin, in the Connaught final this Sunday at Elverys MacHale Park - with throw in at 2pm.

'Always learning something new'

In the course of a long, varied, career Bibi Baskin has been a schoolteacher, a journalist, a ratings-topping broadcaster, a hotelier, and motivational speaker, and her life’s journey has taken her from her native Ardara, in Donegal, to Kerala, in India. On Sunday November 17, she will be coming to Galway, along with writer Gerard Beirne, to present Suaimhneas, ‘a day of words and wellness’ at the Maldron Hotel in which Bibi will share the wisdom and insights she has accrued through her eventful and remarkable life.

Jerry Williams - rising star hits Galway

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WHILE BEING unsigned, and having to self-fund and self-release music is by no means unusual in 2017, it is certainly no impediment to progress, as the rise of Jerry Williams shows.

Exmagician to play Seven

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EXMAGICIAN, THE Belfast duo of Danny Todd and James Smith, formerly members of Cashier No9, are touring Ireland, playing songs from their acclaimed debut album, Scan The Blue.

Has your heart got back to normal yet?

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And breathe. There is no word in the English dictionary to describe what went on last Sunday. Mayo produced their gutsiest performance ever to snatch a draw against raging hot favourites and current champions Dublin in Croke Park in the All-Ireland final. The tone was set long before throw-in as the teams entered the field. I happened to be on the sideline doing a piece with Radio 1 as I watched Stephen Cluxton lead his team out to a deafening roar. I was left stunned to see Cillian O'Connor burst out the tunnel through the Dublin players, followed closely by Aidan O'Shea and the rest of his team mates. Misinformed initially, I was told Mayo lay in wait for Dublin to ruffle their feathers. The reason for this coming together was the fact that Dublin were meant to enter the field at 2.56 and Mayo at 2.58. This clash occurred at 3.02.

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