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TUAM’S FINEST, The Saw Doctors, will ring in 2009 with a major New Year’s Eve show at the Royal Theatre in Castlebar for what promises to be a lively, craic filled night.
Zhivago Records in Shop Street will open at midnight tonight (Thursday) for a launch party to celebrate the release of To Win Just Once..The Best of The Saw Doctors.
A war of words and claims and counterclaims have broken out between the Galway Arts Festival, Saw Doctors manager Ollie Jennings, and Fianna Fáil Cllr Michael J Crowe over the Saw Doctors’ summer concerts in Galway city.
The GAA will mark its 125th anniversary this year and the celebrations begin with a special Late Late Show tomorrow in which Tuam’s The Saw Doctors will perform.
The Saw Doctors return to play the Royal Theatre Castlebar for their summer show on Friday July 31. A funny thing happened to The Saw Doctors last Autumn. After a gap of 17 years, the Tuam rockers topped the Irish Music Singles Chart with their punked up version of the Sugababes song ‘About You Now’, beating off international artists such as Pink and Kings of Leon.
THE SAW Doctors are playing a one off Galway concert in the Warwick Hotel, Salthill, on Friday July 24 to promote the summer release of their new single ‘She Loves Me’.
The Saw Doctors love Castlebar and Castlebar definitely loves the Saw Doctors!!! The last Friday in July welcomes back the Saw Doctors to the stage for their summer show. When the Saw Doctors take to the stage the whole theatre turns on its head and everyone knows every word to every song for the whole two hour show!!!
With The Saw Doctors enjoying a Top Five hit with ‘She Loves Me’, RTÉ 1 will broadcast a documentary on the band, Clare Island To Cape Cod, this Saturday at 11.10pm.
SING SING Records, a New York based company, has just issued a vinyl single of ‘Some Hope’, by the Tuam punk band Blaze X.
Dublin band Identity Parade, managed by former Saw Doctor John ‘Turps’ Burke, will release a new single to help fund a new project run by the Galway Rape Crisis Centre.