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LEEDS-IRISH indie rock band Cronin have just released the video for the song ‘See This Man’, taken from the bands critically acclaimed Nelson Riddle EP, and are sure to play it at their show in Monroe's Live this Sunday at 9pm.
PAUL BYRNE, the former drummer and songwriter with 1980s Irish band In Tua Nua plays the Galway Fringe Festival this week, while his new album is free to download.
THE KILKENNYS, the modern Irish folk band who have shared the stage with Shane McGowan and Finbar Furey, play The Quays Music Hall on July 18 and 25.
THE MUSIC and songs of Candice Gordon embraces a diverse array of sounds, from Tex-Mex to New Orleans rhythms to Ennio Morricone to Tom Waits.
Midlands-based band The Aftermath hit the silver screen last week with not one but two songs featured on what is to be one of the biggest Irish films of the year The Hardy Bucks Movie.
The Aftermath are pleased to announce details of Shane MacGowan, The Aftermath & Friends new single, “The Rockier Road to Poland” which will be released on Live Transmission Records as a limited edition CD and download from Friday May 4.
The Royal Theatre is delighted to announce that Shane MacGowan and The Shane Gang will play the main stage at The Royal Theatre on Friday, August 5.
Mundy is back in The Royal Theatre Castlebar this Saturday August 28 on a solo tour as part of the Ruby Room sessions. Generally on the bill with Sharon Shannon’s big band alongside Damien Dempsey and Shane McGowan, this is Mundy’s first solo show in the Royal and is eagerly awaited.
Mundy is back in The Royal Theatre Castlebar on Saturday August 28 on a solo tour as part of the Ruby Room sessions. Generally on the bill with Sharon Shannon’s big band alongside Damien Dempsey and Shane McGowan, this is Mundy’s first solo show in the Royal and is eagerly awaited.
Some 1,400 fans of Sharon Shannon, Shane MacGowan, Mundy and Dessie O’ Halloran thronged the massive new venue at Cillin Hill where they witnessed a musical extravaganza that may not be repeated in Kilkenny in our lifetime.