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Le Galaxie to launch new album in Galway

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LE GALAXIE, the Dublin quartet, who have thrilled Galway dancefloors with their mix of exhilarating disco, funk, and indie-electro, launch their new album in the Róisín Dubh.

Le Galaxie - new album and Róisín Dubh show

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LE GALAXIE, one of the greatest live bands in Ireland, make a welcome return to Galway on Friday May 1 as part of their Irish tour to support their new album Le Club.

June date for Voice of Ireland 2014 winner

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An amazing Easter Sunday in store with Mary Byrne and Phil Coulter

Due to incredible public demand Mary Byrne and Phil Coulter with his All Star Band have added an additional date to their tour. They are now to play the Royal Theatre in Castlebar on Easter Sunday night, April 8.

Galway singer hopes to wow judges with her voice on new TV show

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Galway will be represented in the RTE series The Voice on Sunday next when Claregalway native Ailbhe Hession auditions for the four judges with the aim of winning a recording contract with Universal Music.

Galway singer hopes to wow judges with her voice on new TV show

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Galway will be represented in the RTE series The Voice on Sunday next when Claregalway native Ailbhe Hession auditions for the four judges with the aim of winning a recording contract with Universal Music.

Jamie Lawson @ Róisín Dubh

JAMIE LAWSON, the English singer-songwriter behind the song ‘Wasn’t Expecting That’ returns to play Galway tomorrow night.

The Saw Doctors to showcase new album at extra Kelly’s gigs

The Saw Doctors, who are just back in Ireland after sell-out shows in New York at Irving Plaza, and Boston at the House of Blues, have announced two more Galway concerts on Tuesday June 22 and Wednesday June 23, upstairs at Kelly's, to add to the previously announced Galway shows at the Bridge Street venue on June 1 and 2.

Duke Special lines up Royal Theatre gig

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Lyrically poetic and delicately decadent, Duke Special, the enigmatic Belfast performer, will release his new single “Sweet Sweet Kisses” on October 10. A nationwide tour has also been announced for November and December 2008. And the tour will touch down in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar on Sunday November 30. Taken from the eagerly anticipated new album I Never Thought This Day Would Come, releasing on Universal Music Ireland on October 17, “Sweet Sweet Kisses” is produced by Paul Wilkinson, who worked on the Duke’s previous Choice nominated album Songs from The Deep Forest. The perfect taster for the new album release, “Sweet Sweet Kisses” features the RTE National Symphony Orchestra and will be available on CD single and download. Glowing with the Duke’s charisma and unique sound, the track is definitively Duke Special.

 

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