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SHAKE!, ONE of Galway's legendary and most respected clubnights, and Smash Hits!, the tribute band who play popular hits from the 1990s, both come to HALO this weekend.
VALENTINE’S WEEKEND at HALO will be a mix of 1990s fun and nostalgia and the intriguing pairing of a DJ and a saxophonist.
Tonight, the heat will be turned up in Brennan’s Lane in Ballina by Hot Fuss, one of Ireland’s best pop and rock bands. Hot Fuss have made their name by bringing the best in eighties, nineties, and current chart hits live to the stage, and tonight’s gig in Brennan’s Lane promises not to disappoint.
THE WILFUL play Monroe’s Live this Saturday from 11.30pm and as firm believers in the notion that they must first entertain, they will put on a great show.
Smash Hits! are an entertaining tribute to the golden era of early 90s dance, pop and R‘n’B. This Dublin six-piece comprises experienced musicians performing the best of classic 90s tracks from acclaimed artists such as Vanilla Ice, MC Hammer, House of Pain, Take That, Spice Girls, Haddaway, Prodigy, and Snap, among others. Fully decked out in 90s outfits and possessing an energetic set overflowing with chart hits, Smash Hits! are a throwback to a feel good time of old school nightclub DJs, all-night raves, and packed dance floors.
IN THE early 1990s boy band and girl band acts dominated the British and Irish charts. Take That, The Spice Girls, East 17, and Boyzone sold millions of singles and were constantly on television.
THIS WEEKEND is Halloween and Monroe’s Live will have plenty of events full of scares, soul, and rock’n’roll.
IN THE mid-1990s rock was in a perilous state as manufactured groups Take That, The Spice Girls, and Boyzone dominated the charts but a group of Mancunians called Oasis were about to bring guitar-based music back.
Coleen, Bernie, Linda and Maureen are back for their first tour together in 25 years.
AS FAMOUS and successful as The Supremes, The Ronettes, Go Go Girls, Bananarama, The Spice Girls, Destiny’s Child, and Girl’s Aloud were/are, none - in terms of hit records or influence - come close to the ultimate female pop phenomenon - The Andrews Sisters.