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The Fureys and Davey Arthur bring

The band were formed in 1978 literally by accident. George, Paul and Davey were playing in Denmark with their own band called the Buskers and Eddie and Finbar, while touring in Germany, were involved in a road accident. When George, Paul and Davey got news of the accident they immediately travelled to Germany to be with their brothers. They then decided that they should all be playing together and this was the start of the Fureys and Davey Arthur. Inevitably changes have occurred over 30 years. Their brother Paul died suddenly in June 2002 and Finbar left the band in December 1996, however George, Eddie and Davey Arthur have continued to delight audiences on their tours and have been releasing a new CD every year. They will be touring in 2008 with two superb musicians - Luke Crowley and Dominic Leech.

The High Kings return to Co Galway

THE HIGH Kings, the Irish balladeer group who have taken the US by storm, are returning to Ireland for a show in the The Black Box Theatre on Thursday June 18 at 8pm.

The High Kings return to Co Galway

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THE HIGH Kings, the Irish balladeer group who have taken the US by storm, are returning to Ireland for a nationwide tour which takes in both Galway city and Clifden.

The High Kings ready to roll into the Royal

For centuries, Ireland was ruled by High Kings. As their reign came to an end, their deeds and stories merged into the world of legend and myth and the High Kings of Ireland were no more except in story, music and song. Until now. Finbarr Clancy, Brian Dunphy, Martin Furey and Darren Holden, renowned vocalists and musicians, have come together to create the most exciting Irish ballad group to emerge since the Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem electrified the worldwide folk revival of the 1960s.

The High Kings Return for one night only at the Royal Theatre Castlebar

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Having excited music fans on their inaugural sell out Irish Tour The High Kings return to the Royal Theatre Castlebar for one Night only on Sunday April 19 2009. Four top class performers create this unique ensemble, performing new songs and re-energising the great Irish ballads

Meet The Yellow Bittern director at The Eye

IRISH FOLKSINGER Liam Clancy, the man Bob Dylan called “just the best ballad singer I’d ever heard in my whole life”, is now the subject of a major documentary feature.

St Patrick’s Drama group gear up for Makem and Clancy are Coming

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This light-hearted, reminiscent play Makem and Clancy are Coming tells the story of two middle-aged brothers living in a small sea-side village in Ireland in the 1970’s.  Like most siblings their characters couldn’t be more different – Peter McCormack (played by Tony Varley) oozes sensitivity with a poetic approach to life whilst Michael, his brother (played by Liam MacNamara) prefers to use his quick wit with the bluntness of a sledgehammer!


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