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IN 1961, a young singer-songwriter, originally from Seattle, but now part of the thriving folk scene in New York's Greenwich Village, released her debut album, A Maid Of Constant Sorrow.
GALWAY ELECTRO-POP singer-songwriter LAOISE, and Dublin band Shrug Life, well known to Galway indie-rock audiences, have new singles. LAOISE's 'Seriously?' is out now, while Shrug Life's 'Strangers' arrives in late August.
We are Fionn Crombie Angus and Jonathan Angus, probably best known around Galway for busking on Shop Street. We've been part of the local music scene, with Fionn playing his distinctive left-handed fiddle, and Jonathan backing him up on guitar, for five years, after moving from County Clare when Fionn finished secondary school.
Galway city - officially, politically, and in the actions of individual people - has expressed its outrage at last week's terrorist attack in New Zealand, which left 50 people dead, while this evening, a vigil for the victims will take place in the Galway's Masjid Maryam mosque at 7.30pm.
Back in the day, town twinnings were a great fashion altogether. Every little town and village had some fella living down the road, probably in on a witness protection programme or someone who said he hailed from some little Breton village named Creton-LeBlanque or Moron du Ville. And in a time when there was really nothing on the telly and it rained for eight months of the year, the temptation for a jolly to an exotic destination (anything east of Moate) was too much to resist.
The dulcet tones of American singer/songwriter Jim Page are soon to waft through the Prince of Wales Hotel at an Athlone Folk Club hosted performance this Thursday, January 31, at 9pm.
Veteran US folk singer Jim Page, author of the Moving Hearts' hit, ‘Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Russian Roulette’, plays The Crane Bar tomorrow night [Friday, February 1], for what promises to be a great gig.
PEARL JEM, the Irish tribute band to Pearl Jam, the long running Seattle band who were among the pioneers of grunge, return to Galway in October.
THE NORTHWEST Firelight Chorale, from Seattle, will present a free concert in St Nicholas' Collegiate Church, on Friday July 6 at 5pm.