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LÚNASA MAKE a welcome return to Galway and the Galway Sessions festival when the trad supergroup play Monroe's Live on Thursday June 18. A hectic and busy international touring schedule has afforded the band little opportunity to play in Ireland in recent times so this Galway gig is all the more to be welcomed.
THEY HAVE performed more than 1,500 shows across 36 countries since forming in 1997, and their line-up features some of the most respected names in contemporary Irish trad. They are Lúnasa.
THE FULL majestic expanse of Galway Bay now opened on our left, while to our right lay a strange, rocky land of hills and ancient stone walls. I began to get goosebumps.
IN THE Mid 1980s, a band of Scottish musicians came to County Galway and between the city and An Spidéal they created the album many see as their masterpiece.
THE GREAT American country and folk singer-songwriter Gillian Welch recently released her new album The Harrow & The Harvest.
GALWAY folk singer, musician, and songwriter Noriana Kennedy will launch her debut album Ebb’n’Flow with a concert in Kelly’s Bar, Bridge Street, on Thursday May 5 at 9pm.
HE USED to sing on Shop Street, but on Thursday June 17, he returns to play Galway, not on the streets, but upstairs in Kelly’s Bar at 8pm.
IRISH TRAD ensemble Lúnasa have been touring for more than 14 years and are poised to release their seventh studio album Lá Nua through their own Lúnasa Records.
ACOUSTIC BLUES singer-songwriter Eric Bibb was born in New York in 1951 and grew up surrounded by the Greenwich Village folk music and literary scene which included Bob Dylan, Dave Von Ronk, Pete Seeger, Odetta, Judy Collins, and Joan Baez.
IRISH TRAD band Lunasa have rightly been described as a ‘supergroup’ and considering it’s members include Trevor Hutchinson (ex Waterboys), Sean Smyth (Donal Lunny’s Coolfin) and Cillian Vallely (Whirligig, Paddy O’Brien’s Chulrua), it’s a verdict hard to argue with.