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Tongue Fu - poetry, but not as you know it

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TONGUE FU, a riotous experiment in live literature, music, film, and improv, and one of London’s best attended spoken word nights, is coming to Galway.

Aindrias De Stac - Christmas show of The Man From Mogaga

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HE IS the rapper and fiddle player on The Rolling Tax Revue’s ‘No Privatisation, Irish Water, Irish Nation!’ song which has gone viral on YouTube. He is also The Man From Mogaga who went Around The World On 80 Quid.

‘I borrow from my surroundings, create fantasy landscapes from my head’

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He grew up loving outdoor pursuits and the natural world, despite living close to the world’s largest car manufacturing plant. He has lived in Ireland most his life, but his interest in the country was stimulated in part through British Army radio.

Aindrias de Staic - The Man From Moogaga

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THERE WAS The Man From UNCLE, the man from Del Monte, The Man From Laramie, and ‘The Man From God Knows Where’, but Aindrias de Staic is The Man From Moogaga.

Seán Tyrrell to release new album

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‘GALWAY BAY’, ‘Come Back Paddy Reilly’, ‘The Mountains Of Mourne’, and ‘The Star Of The County Down’, are some of the best known songs in the Irish repertoire.

Sing into spring at the Rowing Club

There is a fantastic harmony singing opportunity on April 6 at the Rowing Club Hall, Woodquay from 10.30am to 4pm when Pete Linnett comes to Galway to lead a one day workshop.

NUIG president pays tribute to Éamon de Buitléar

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Éamon de Buitléar’s contribution to Irish society “has enriched the lives of many generations” according to NUI Galway president Dr Jim Browne.

Time ticking down to James Morrison’s Castlebar appearance

James Morrison, the BRIT Award-winning English singer-songwriter and guitarist, comes to The Royal Theatre on Wednesday, August 22. As the title of James Morrison’s third and by far best album suggests, The Awakening is the sound of an artist coming of age. In his personal life Morrison has become a father, while losing his own father after the latter’s long battle with alcoholism and depression. At the same time, Morrison, 26, has matured as a singer, songwriter, and musician, enabling him to channel all of that emotion into his most accomplished collection of songs yet. “My first two albums felt like practice shots,” he says, “and now I’ve graduated. In many ways this feels like my first proper album.”

James Morrsion live in Castlebar

James Morrison, the BRIT Award-winning English singer-songwriter and guitarist, comes to The Royal Theatre on Wednesday, August 22. As the title of James Morrison’s third and by far best album suggests, The Awakening is the sound of an artist coming of age. In his personal life Morrison has become a father, while losing his own father after the latter’s long battle with alcoholism and depression. At the same time, Morrison, 26, has matured as a singer, songwriter, and musician, enabling him to channel all of that emotion into his most accomplished collection of songs yet. “My first two albums felt like practice shots,” he says, “and now I’ve graduated. In many ways this feels like my first proper album.”

La belle musique de Nouvelle Vague

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IN FRENCH, ‘nouvelle vague’ refers to daring, iconoclastic, films made in the 1950s and 1960s by Jean-Luc Godard and François Truffaut. In English, ‘new wave’ was music by bands like Blondie and Joy Division.

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