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SLOW CLUB have been called “Sheffield’s very own two person take on The Commitments” by the NME, and their soul-influenced sound is coming to Galway to play Strange Brew at the Róisín on Thursday February 19 at 9pm.
ALTHOUGH IT may not get the same attention as London, Manchester, Birmingham, or Glasgow, Sheffield has proven to be a productive and intriguing city for British rock.
ENGLISH GUITARIST and singer-songwriter John Smith has just released his new album Great Lakes and is coming to Galway as part of his current Irish tour.
SKY’S EDGE is a hill overlooking the centre of Sheffield, the ‘Steel City’ in South Yorkshire that has long been the muse and inspiration for the sumptuous songs of its native son Richard Hawley.
FOLK, INDIE, pop-punk, prog-rock, singer-songwriter, and electro acts ranging from The Cast Of Cheers to Pierre Bensusan, will take to the stage of the Róisín Dubh over the coming months.
ULTAN CONLON, the very talented Loughrea singer-songwriter will headline the next Citóg gig, tomorrow night, in The Cellar Bar.
JANUARY IS often a drab and dull month. It is the post-Christmas slump, the winter is not yet over, and the New Year has not yet fully kicked off.
Now in its third year, the Certain Three Tour comes to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar next Thursday night, January 12 which will include Katie Kim, The Lost Brothers and Puzzle Muteson. The creation of Irish based booking agency Word of Mouth, the idea is to feature three acts each with something different to offer and send them out as a triple bill with an alternating running order. The two previous tours have featured O Emperor, We Cut Corners, Alessi’s Ark and The Ambience Affair amongst others.
THE CERTAIN Three 2012 Tour, featuring Katie Kim, The Lost Brothers, and Puzzle Muteson, comes to the Róisín Dubh on Thursday January 26.
The air travel disruptions caused by the Icelandic volcano have resulted in many writers cancelling their readings at the Cúirt festival, but many others have stepped in to ensure the festival goes on.