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CITÓG RETURNS to The Cellar Bar tomorrow night with alternative rockers Ka Tet, pop-rockers The Curtain Thieves, and classic rockers Prospect Avenue.
WERE IT not for Eric Bell, Thin Lizzy may never have happened. It was the Belfastman’s idea to form the band and an imporpmtu meeting after a gig in Dublin convinced Phil Lynott that Bell’s idea was a good one.
THE GRACEFUL, melodic solo on ‘Whiskey In The Jar’; the searing, blistering guitar lines on ‘Black Boys On The Corner’; and the wah-wah drenched funk of ‘Ray-Gun’. This is the sound of Eric Bell.
GEARBOX, THE Galway classic rock quartet, and winners of the annual NUIG band competition WITLESS 2012, play The Cellar Bar tonight at 9.30pm.
THE RIPTIDE Movement, whose debut album Keep On, Keepin’ On, is currently riding high in the Irish charts, play the Róisín Dubh tomorrow at 9pm.
IRISH BAND The Empire Lights release their debut single ‘Momentum’ tomorrow and, as part of a nationwide tour, play Monroe’s Live on Saturday at 9pm.
For a dazzling evening of top new Irish theatre, look no further than Tara McKevitt’s hugely acclaimed play Grenades at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday March 14 at 8pm.
PHIL LYNOTT, singer, songwriter, and leader of Thin Lizzy, is both an Irish and global rock icon, and Galway will celebrate his music at a special concert tomorrow.
Horslips matter. They mattered in the 1970s and their reunion proves they matter still. Why? Perhaps, to quote from the opening narration of Return of The Dancehall Sweethearts, the 2005 documentary on the band, “We saw in Horslips something that was ours, something that was of us...[they are] part of what makes us, us.”
Philomena Lynott, the mother of Thin Lizzy leader and rock icon Phil Lynott, will be in Galway next weekend to sign copies of her book My Boy.