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ANDY IRVINE and Dónal Lunny boast CVs and achievements like few others - Andy has been in Sweeney's Men and Patrick Street; Dónal in The Bothy Band and Moving Hearts; and together they have served in Planxty and Mozaik.
Music runs in the blood of siblings Kitty, Daisy, and Lewis Durham. It was inescapable, permeating all areas of home and family life. Even on their local streets of Kentish Town in Camden, where they grew up and still live, it was the air they breathed and the sound they heard from every corner.
THE GREAT Máirtín O’Connor headlines a major concert in the Bailey Allen Hall, NUI Galway, on Friday February 13 to raise funds for the Galway County Fleadh.
THE THREE Tenors return to Galway in the New Year to play the Town Hall Theatre on Saturday January 24 at 8pm.
THE DUBLIN Gospel Choir have been called “a must-see – who’d have thought gospel would be this cool?” by The Irish Times, and “uplifting” by Hot Press.
THE GENIUS cartoonist Gary Larson, of Far Side fame, has a memorable two-tiered cartoon in which the top half depicts an angel welcoming new arrivals to Heaven with the phrase “Here’s your harp”, while the bottom half features a devil saying “Welcome to Hell, here’s your accordion”.
Three of the country’s finest musicians, Máirtín Ó Connor, Zoë Conway, and Dónal Lunny, join forces for a dream Music Network concert of traditional music at its very best at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Monday, May 13 at 8pm.
MIKE SCOTT, the Scottish singer-songwriter and leader of The Waterboys will launch his autobiography in the Róisín Dubh on Wednesday June 13 at 8.30pm.
IAN MCLAGEN boasts one of English rock’s most impressive CVs, having been a member of The Small Faces, The Faces, and Billy Bragg’s band The Blokes, not to mention session work for the Rolling Stones (that’s him playing keyboards on ‘Miss You’), Rod Stewart (Mac is on ‘Maggie May’ and ‘You Wear It Well’), and Bob Dylan, as well as maintaining a solo career since the late 1970s.
THE DUBLIN Gospel Choir has been described by The Irish Times as “a must see” while Hotpress said they “bring a smile to the face...uplifting stuff”.