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THE AMAZING Apples are back in their hometown of Galway to play their annual Christmas concert, which this year takes place tomorrow [Friday December 21] in The Loft at Seven, Bridge Street.
The third installment of Mayo Day will take place next Saturday, April 29, and over the bank holiday weekend a whole series of events will take place across the county to celebrate 'Mayo-ness.' Wherever you are around the county there is bound to be a Mayo Day event near you to get involved with.
IT IS a mark of the man that Christy Dignam, who has endured far more than his fair share of struggles and hard times, has borne his illness - a rare form of terminal cancer - with great dignity and stoicism.
Renowned Galway band, Amazing Apples, headline an impressive line-up of entertainment at The Snug this weekend.
THE AMAZING Apples, the Galway Advertiser's Galway Band Of The Year 2015, play their first major Galway show of the year in the Róisín Dubh on Sunday August 20 at 9pm.
RYAN SHERIDAN has come a long way since his days in Riverdance, performing in Broadway, and later working as a barman in his native Monaghan to the point where he now enjoys hit albums in Ireland and abroad.
GALWAY INDIE-folk band, The Amazing Apples, will play their last hometown gig of the year on Friday November 6 at 7.30pm in An Taibhdhearc, Middle Street.
With the rugby world cup well underway, it’s time to watch the points stack up and the pints go down at The Snug this coming weekend! And of course there’s plenty of live music action to catch between sporting events too.
RAGING SONS, the Limerick alternative-rock quintet who reached the final stages of the renowned Indie Week Battle of the Bands competition this year, play Monroe’s Live on Saturday September 26 at 9pm.
Ryan Sheridan and his full band, who just released the number one selling album in Ireland titled Here and Now, comes to play the Garbo's venue in Castlebar next Friday night, September 18. But that’s not all, local acts The New Social and Michael Oliver Sheridan have also been added to the bill in what promises to be a great night of music for the county town this September.