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NEARLY 40 years after they announced their arrival with their classic debut single ‘Teenage Kicks’, The Undertones remain an exhilarating live act and next week sees the quintet breeze into the Roisín Dubh.
BELFAST HAS had a long and proud record of producing raucous rock’n’roll and r’n’b back to the time of Van Morrison’s Them in the 1960s. Carrying on that tradition are Echo Raptors who play Kelly’s Bar, Bridge Street this Saturday.
THREE OF the most exciting Irish indie bands - one from Dublin, one from Tuam, the other from Donegal - play Strange Brew at the Róisín Dubh on Thursday March 7.
DELORENTOS, THE UNDERTONES, and Bez of the Happy Mondays are just some of those who will be taking to the stage around the city’s Latin Quarter for the Guinness Live festival weekend.
PAUL MCLOONE, vocalist with the Undertones and Today FM presenter, will be coming to Gigantic at Kelly’s Bridge Street this Saturday at 11pm.
BATS ARE a Dublin quartet who mix post-punk, hardcore, and metal along with, would you believe, scientific musings? Sounds good? Yes, and Galway has a chance to see them next week.
PAUL MCLOONE will take over the decks at GIGANTIC for what promises to be a cracking night of indie, rock ‘n’ roll and all and anything with a beat.
NORTHERN IRELAND endured its worst period of violence in the 1970s but the arrival of punk music gave young Catholics and Protestants a reason to defy the sectarian divide.