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The Beat are back and coming to the Royal Theatre, Castlebar for one of only three Irish dates

Formed in the working class suburbs of industrial Birmingham in England in 1978 The Beat arose at a time of high unemployment and social upheaval. From the outset the band offered messages of hope and peace with an insight into socio-political topics that would later, alongside The Specials, see them heralded as forerunners of the whole

The Beat are back and coming to the Royal Theatre, Castlebar for one of only three Irish dates

Formed in the working class suburbs of industrial Birmingham in England in 1978 The Beat arose at a time of high unemployment and social upheaval. From the outset the band offered messages of hope and peace with an insight into socio-political topics that would later, alongside The Specials, see them heralded as forerunners of the whole

Go ska crazy for The Beat

IN THE late 1970s and early 1980s, punk and new wave were not the only choices for those who wanted music that was alternative to the mainstream - there was also British ska.

Listen to The Beat at One Love Concert

One year since Offaly Good Vibrations One Love Concert brought unity and great music to the people the organisers are proud to announce that the second One Love Concert will take place in the Faithful County once again on Saturday June 27 at Fergie's Bar, Tullamore.

Amsterdam Beat Club ready to rock the Westport Arts Festival

Amsterdam Beat Club parties feature top DJs, live bands, burlesque shows, go-go dancers, musical side-shows and cult film projections. For the first time in Westport, the Amsterdam Beat Club Deejay-Veejay duo Charley Rhythm and Ir Vendermuelen aka The Scopi-Tonics will take you on a crazy trip through the fabulous fifties and sixties, using stacks of original vinyl and movie material.

 

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