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JACK O'ROURKE seems on the crest of a wave at the moment, especially as his latest single, 'Ivory Towers', released via Reckless Records, has been going down well these last few weeks.
MARKING 25 years in the business, and returning to Galway for the first time in five years, long running indie band The Pale, play Monroe's Live in March.
"THERE'S STILL nobody to match Freddie White at his best," said The Irish Times. His loyal followers know this well and will be waiting in anticipation for his upcoming show at Monroe’s Live.
JFDR is the latest project of the gifted and prolific Icelandic singer-songwriter Jófríður Ákadóttir. Only 23, she has already released a string of albums with Samaris and Pascal Pinon, collaborated with Gangly, Low Roar, and Lapalux, and in March, released her first solo album, Brazil, to rave reviews. On July 30, she brings the curtain down on this year’s GIAF with a gig in the Róisín Dubh.
THE ARTS festival has long had a flair for presenting shows in which artists from different backgrounds combine to fruitful effect, and Cover My Tracks, by playwright David Greig and singer-songwriter Charlie Fink, is very much in that tradition.
THREE PEOPLE have profoundly shaped Mick Flannery the musician, and the music he creates - his mother Elaine; Ricky Lynch, a prominent musician in County Cork; and a chance encounter of a haunting Kurt Cobain performance.
JERRY FISH, the charismatic singer and entertainer, described as a "showman extraordinaire, not to be missed” by Hot Press, returns to Galway this weekend to play the Róisín Dubh.
THE GREAT Freddie White makes a welcome return to Galway to play Monroe’s Live on Thursday June 9 at 8pm, and as Siobhan Long in The Irish Times said: "there’s still nobody to match White at his best".
It started with a simple post on Facebook from Philadelphia based musician, Gabriel Donohue. Gabriel is a native of Kilconieron and also a renowned musician and producer who recently performed with Tom Waits on the Jay Leno show in the US.
Lovers of harmonies and the incredible instrument that is the human voice will find a musical Mecca in Nun’s Island Theatre on Friday 11 December, as Coda play their first concert there. Oranmore-born Leonard Kelly is a founder member of this all-male, seven-strong group who are becoming something of a phenomenon nationwide as their richly-harmonised approach to vocal performance reaches an ever-growing audience.