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NUALA KELLY loves Thin Lizzy and The Undertones, but she loves her older brother Oran even more. In fact she idolises him.
Spring is well and truly here and Ireland is bursting with festivals and events that take place across the country every week. It is all right here on your very own doorstep, depending on what you fancy. Check out www.discoverireland.ie for more information on the ‘must do’ festivals, but for now, here are some of our favourites.
The June Bank Holiday weekend is about to get loud in Castlebar with the news that Thin Lizzy are coming back to the Royal Theatre. On Sunday, June 5 - Thin Lizzy featuring Scott Gorham (guitar), Brian Downey (drums), Darren Wharton (keyboards), Vivian Campbell (guitar), Marco Mendoza (bass guitar), and Ricky Warwick (lead vocals/guitar) play The Royal Theatre Castlebar.
PHIL LYNOTT - Thin Lizzy leader, songwriter, black Irishman, and rock legend, passed away on January 4 1986, at the tragically young age of 36.
Let down your hair for a great cause this October Bank Holiday weekend as Kilkenny welcomes back one of its longest established music festivals, Rockfall.
The Ginger Biscuits are among the fresh young bands coming out of Athlone recently.
IS TUAM the west of Ireland’s most consistently creative town musically? It’s hard to argue otherwise and the latest talent to emerge from there, The Ralphs, launch their debut EP 21st Century Window, tonight.
Finbar Hoban presents... at Bar Ritz last Saturday week was a huge success with Kneel Before Zod plus support from local bands Hotrock and Struck. The night got under way with upcoming young band Struck at 8.30pm followed by the extremely talented Hotrock at 9.30pm. There were lots of give-aways on the night before the main event which saw Kneel Before Zod take to the stage at 11pm and amaze the crowd by playing cover versions from the likes of Led Zeppelin, Smashing Pumpkins, Thin Lizzy, and a blistering cover version of Black Sabbaths “War Pigs” which thrilled the massive crowd.
GALWAY HARD rock band Wokajo will release their debut single with a free gig in The Quays tonight at 9pm.
THE LATE, very great, Phil Lynott will be remembered and celebrated at the Vibe For Phil Lynott show in Cuba*, Eyre Square, tomorrow at 8pm.