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Find The Answer at the Clubhouse this summer

The Answer have just confirmed an intimate show at Castlebar’s new independent music venue, The Clubhouse, this summer on Saturday, August 25. The Answer were formed in 2000 by guitarist Paul Mahon, whose father was a jazz trumpeter and member of seminal Irish showband The Freshmen who released three albums on CBS and toured with the likes of the Beach Boys. Aged 18, Mahon knew he wanted to put together a rock band and mentioned it to bassist Micky Waters, an old school friend who had been in numerous cover bands around Belfast.

Do ‘Le Freak’ with Chic at the Festival Big Top

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Chic, the New York disco pioneers and a seminal influence on hip hop and modern r’n’b, will take to the stage of the Galway Arts Festival Big Top this summer.

Communion night comes to the Róisín Dubh

A DIVERSE array of Irish musical talent will take to the stage of the Róisín Dubh next Monday from 8pm for the launch of the new Communion night.

Campaign LK @ Monroe’s Live

CAMPAIGN LK are a hip-hop group, but their origins are diverse and the band members draw from a variety of musical styles and experiences.

The Answer to play Live at the Clubhouse this summer!

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The Answer have just confirmed a intimate show at Castlebar’s new independent music venue, The Clubhouse this summer. The Answer were formed in 2000 by guitarist Paul Mahon, whose father was a jazz trumpeter and member of seminal Irish showband The Freshmen, who released three albums on CBS and toured with the likes of the Beach Boys. Aged 18, Paul knew he wanted to put together a rock band and mentioned it to bassist Micky Waters, an old school friend who had been in numerous cover bands around Belfast.

Lemonheads to perform classic album live

WHEN IT came to delivering classic albums, 1992 was not a bad year. Those 12 months saw the release of REM’s Automatic For The People; Dr Dre’s The Chronic, Morrissey’s Your Arsenal, and debuts from Pavement (Slanted and Enchanted) and PJ Harvey (Dry).

Aslan @ Monroe’s Live

LONG RUNNING Dublin rock band Aslan are coming to Galway to play Monroe’s Live on Friday April 13 at 8pm.

Planet of sound

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Rural Savage - I Fell In A Bog And Saw God (independent)

The Aftermath live in The Basement

The Aftermath are an Irish mod/pop rock band, currently based in Mullingar. Leading the line up are brothers Johnny (guitar, keys, vocals) and Michael Cronin (drums, percussion, samples, vocals), who are originally from Longford but raised in Leeds. The rest of the band is made up of Mullingar guitarist Justin McNabb and bassist Martin Gray. The Aftermath released their debut album Friendlier Up Here in 2008.

And So I Watch You From Afar

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TRAVELLING HOME to Portrush from Oxegen 2005 found four Ulstermen a bit worse for wear after the weekend’s revelries. “We were feeling terrible!” admits Rory Friers, during our Thursday morning conversation, but amid the post-festival comedown emerged an inspired idea.

 

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