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IN LATE 1975, Led Zeppelin found themselves with just 18 days to record the follow-up to Physical Graffiti. The Rolling Stones were due at Musicland Studios in Munich, meaning Zep, despite their status as 'biggest band in the world', had to record the album and get out - quick.
MARTYN BARKER is the drummer with Shreikback, and he has also performed with Billy Bragg, Robert Plant, Marianne Faithful, and Goldfrapp, but he comes to Galway in a different guise next week.
STEVEN SHARPE & The Broke Straight Boys debut double A-sided single 'Tipperary Song/Uganda', which has just been released, is a fine showcase for Sharpe's diverse and considerable talent.
NO STAIRWAY, the Galway based Led Zeppelin tribute band will be bringing a heavy dose of ‘Rock and Roll’ to Kelly’s, Bridge Street, on Friday August 15.
BEFORE THERE was Conchita Wurst, there was Steven Sharpe. Before the Austrian singer’s ‘bearded lady’ drag persona stole the show at Eurovision, Steven was already rocking the ‘dude in a dress’ look.
HE HAS produced albums by Lucinda Williams and Tom Russell, played guitar for Emmylou Harris and Steve Earle, and he is a solo singer-songwriter.
Primal Scream have had a busy few years, writing and arranging new songs while also touring their seminal 1991 album Screamadelica, but the work has paid off with More Light, a dark, richly layered album which is arguably their best work in years. If you want to hear it live, you’re in luck — the band will play in Leisureland, Galway, on October 26.
TERRY REID could have been the lead singer in Led Zeppelin. Richie Blackmore wanted him to be Deep Purple’s frontman. Both incidents have gone down in legend to cast Terry as rock’s ‘great nearly man...’, but to think this way is to forget that Terry Reid has always been his own man.
Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra are coming to Castlebar for a special one off performance in The Royal Theatre Castlebar October 21. A composer, pianist, bandleader, and broadcaster, Jools Holland is a man of many talents. At the age of eight he could play the piano fluently by ear, and by the time he reached his early teens he was proficient and confident enough to be appearing regularly in many of the pubs in southeast London and the East End Docks.
Alison Moyet has been announced as special guest for Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra for their performance in The Royal Theatre Castlebar October 21.