Search Results for 'Ray LaMontagne'

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Jim McKee @ Monroe’s

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JIM MCKEE, the Tyrone born, Kinvara based artist, singer, and songwriter, will play Monroe’s Backstage Bar with his band this Sunday 15 at 10pm.

Marc O’Reilly to launch new album in Róisín Dubh

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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.

Ray LaMontagne to play the Royal Theatre

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One of the most distinctive voices in music, lauded singer/songwriter and Brit Award nominee, Ray LaMontagne released his much-anticipated third album, Gossip In The Grain, last October to great praise, and with hit songs like “You are the Best Thing” it is easy to see why.

Ray LaMontagne to play Castlebar

Performing only one gig in the west this year is Ray LaMontagne, one of the most distinctive voices in music at the moment.

LaMontagne in Mayo

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One of the most distinctive voices in music, lauded singer/songwriter, and BRIT Award nominee, Ray LaMontagne released his much-anticipated third album, Gossip In The Grain, last October to great appraisal, and with hit songs and “You are the Best Thing” it is easy to see why. His slightly addictive “Trouble” leaves us wanting more. Now this music star will play at the TF Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on September 6.

Gemma Hayes to support Ray Lamontagne at Royal Theatre

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Gemma Hayes has just been announced as the support act for Ray Lamontagne who plays the Royal Theatre Castlebar on Sunday September 6. Gemma is enjoying the success of an artist that comes from years of hard work and love of music, and this showed this January when Hayes was nominated for Best Irish Female at the 2009 Meteor Irelands Music Awards. Hayes' third album The Hollow of Morning was released in May of last year in Ireland, and debuted at number 12 in the Irish Albums Chart, and earlier this year she performed at the Oscar Wilde party in Los Angeles, California. The annual event takes place days before the Oscars, and celebrates the best of Irish popular culture.

 

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