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IRISH MUSIC has travelled around the world, influencing American and Canadian folk and popping up throughout the European continent.
THE GALWAY Sessions Festival, celebrating Irish folk and traditional music and the music Irish emigrants brought with them across the world, returns from Sunday June 16 to Sunday 23.
CBRE and joint agents Mullery auctioneers have confirmed their instructions to offer The Crane Bar, Sea Road, Galway, for sale. The property is offered with a reduced guide price of offers in excess of €550,000.
CORKONIAN BILLY Ramsell will be performing his poetry at the next North Beach Poetry Nights this Monday in The Crane Bar, Sea Road, at 6.30pm.
CORK BORN slam poet Fergus Costello will bring his “God awful, bog standard, horrendous abuse of the English language to a Galway house for the first time.”
GALWAY FIVE-piece Vickers Vimy take their name from the aircraft in which Alcock and Brown made the first transatlantic flight. Their music also spans the Atlantic in its influences, exuding a warm and mellow flavour of rootsy Americana.
SHE WAS born in India, has an Italian name, and lives in Dublin. She is the poet Kimberly Campanello, and she will be in Galway next week.
DUBLIN SPOKEN word, hip hop, and performance poet John Cummins will recite his poetry at the North Beach Poetry Nights Grand Slam 2012.
THIS MONTH’s North Beach Poetry Nights will have a fiction slant as the night will see the launch of a new short story anthology.
The Galway Sessions music festival swings into gear next week and one of the definite highlights is the appearance by bona-fide bluegrass great Curtis Blackwell, one-time sidekick of Bill Monroe and, with his band The Dixie Bluegrass Boys, one of the most popular acts on the US bluegrass scene for over 40 years.