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MICK LALLY’s life and work will be remembered and celebrated this Sunday from 5pm when Sean Tyrrell, Johnny Mulhearn, Wally Page, Johnny Moynihan, Tony Small, Lena Ullman, Eugene Lambe, Terry Smith, and Mary Staunton take to the stage for Music and Song Tribute to Mick Lally in Monroe’s Live.
THE TEMPLE House Festival takes place in Co Sligo from Friday September 10 to Sunday 12.
The Royal Castlebar Theatre and Event Centre is delighted to announce that Shayne Ward will return for a concert on December 29. Shayne had the privilege of being the first major act to perform in the brand new, state of the art venue. Just one short month after that extremely successful appearance, another show can be confirmed for the hugely popular X-Factor winner.
Kilkenny’s favourite purveyors of pop-rock, Saving J are back with another single, their fourth single release as the quintet continue to build a solide fan base around the country in anticipation of a debut album release.
The Stunning are back! The coolest and most iconic of Irish bands have re-assembled the original line-up and will play at The Royal Castlebar Theatre and Event Centre on December 28. Steve Wall on guitar and vocals and Joe Wall on bass and vocals are joined by Cormac Dunne on drums, Jimmy Higgins on trumpet and percussion and Derek Murray on guitar. Fans of The Stunning can look forward to a set-list of all of their biggest hits. From first single “Got to Get Away” to instant classics “Half Past Two”, “Romeo’s on Fire” and “Brewing up a Storm", The Stunning rapidly became one of Ireland’s biggest bands.
WITHOUT GEORGE, the Galway based hard rock, blues, funk, and country band, will launch their eponymous debut album at a show in Campbell’s Tavern, Cloughanover, this Saturday at 9.30pm.
Kilkenny's regular ‘All Ages’ gig is about to answer the calls of many young local music lovers who are seeking a change of musical styles at the popular music show.
The Stunning are back! The coolest and most iconic of Irish bands have re-assembled the original line-up and will play at the Royal Castlebar on Sunday, December 28. Anyone who has been to see The Stunning live will testify to their greatness, the Galway gig on July 21 will undoubtedly be a truly superb event.The Stunning have long since retired from creating new music, fans can look forward to a set list of all their biggest hits. From their first single “Got to Get Away” to instant classics “Half Past Two”, “Romeo’s on Fire” and “Brewing up a Storm”, The Stunning took Ireland by storm. the Walls “To the Bright and Shining Sun” was one of the most played songs on radio by an Irish band in the summer of 2003
THE SUN Seekers will launch their new EP Escapade in the Róisín Dubh this Monday at 9pm.
The Aftermath return to Ireland after a successful UK tour which saw then feature on BBC’s Tom Robinson and Radcliff and Maconie shows for the final release of debut album Friendlier Up Here.