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Rackhouse Pilfer @ Monroe’s Live

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RACKHOUSE PILFER, the stompin’ alt country, bluegrass band from Sligo, who have impressed American roots audiences as much as Irish music fans, return to Monroe's Live at midnight Friday July 17.

ROCKtoberfest - a weekend of music at Monroe’s Live

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ROCKTOBERFEST, GALWAY’S new ‘indoor music festival’ will see Monroe’s Live play host to 22 up-and-coming Irish bands, across a wide range of genres, starting today and running throughout the weekend.

Rackhouse Pilfer - barnstorming bluegrass bandits

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RACKHOUSE PILFER, the barnstorming bluegrass bandits from Sligo, return to Galway to play Monroe’s Backstage Bar this Sunday.

Rackhouse Pilfer album launch

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RACKHOUSE PILFER, the Sligo alt-country and bluegrass sextet, launch their new album, Love and Havoc, at a concert in Monroe’s Live this Saturday at 10pm.

The Hive @ Róisín Dubh

THE HIVE clubnight returns to the Róisín Dubh tomorrow from 11.30pm for a Valentine’s Night of music and dancing.

A Fig For A Kiss in Town Hall

AFTER ENJOYING a successful run last September with the play The Three Deaths of Eddie, local company Wolf Meets World return to the Town Hall Studio with its latest offering, A Fig For A Kiss.

Elaine Mai - one woman a multitude of sounds

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IT STARTS off with just one woman and her guitar, on stage singing her song, but as the music progresses it sounds as if more and more musicians and backing vocalists are behind her. By the end the ears believe she is accompanied by a full band and choir, but it is still just one person on stage.

Agnes Obel’s haunting sound to grace Kilkenny

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If soft piano and haunting lyrics are your thing, this intense and wonderful gig is not to be missed.

Rockabilly - the second American revolution

ELVIS PRESLEY and his friends Scotty Moore and Bill Black were in Sun Studios in July 1954 recording some tracks. During some down time they started “goofing around” with a tune called ‘That’s All Right (Mama)’.

Mr McTell got the blues

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MICHAEL GRAY is best known as the author of the celebrated books on Bob Dylan, Song and Dance Man: The Art of Bob Dylan and The Bob Dylan Encyclopaedia, and it was after hearing Dylan sing about an obscure American bluesman which prompted Gray to go in search of Blind Willie McTell.

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