Search Results for 'Thin Lizzy'
9 results found.
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.
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.”
SUPER8SHOTS, the festival which celebrates films, documentaries, and home movies shot on 8mm, opens today and will run until Sunday July 10, with events in Galway city and Inis Oírr.
HE WAS once one half of the ferocious hardcore duo Giveamanakick, but now he is the leader of a band of more gentle sounding musicians.
Túcan, instrumental acoustic guitar duo Donal Gunne and Pearse Feeney, are proud to announce the release of their debut album Aliquot Strings. Hailing from Sligo, Donal and Pearse have mined the riches of their talent to deliver a collection of nine tracks which cement their emerging reputation as one of the most exciting new Irish acts.
Fresh back from touring with the renowned act Alabama 3, Oddsocks Revival are the Sligo act that have been making a strong impression on the music scene since 2003.
THE IRISH rock, indie, and singer-songwriter scene has never been healthier or more vibrant yet there is still a feeling that many of our best bands are still ‘local heroes’.
What a great and outstanding achievement for a band to reach its 30th anniversary and for its music/songs to still be as popular now as they were way back then! Yes, in the eighties Bagatelle had so many great hits. ‘Summer in Dublin’ kickstarted this amazing run of hits; songs that would become household favourites in Ireland and eventually all over the globe.
THE SHOWBANDS were a truly unique Irish entertainment phenomenon from the mid-1950s to the early 1970s and produced such names as Brendan Bowyer, Dickie Rock, Joe Dolan, Butch Moore, Red Hurley, and Big Tom.