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WHEN ERIC Clapton played guitar on John Mayall’s 1966 album Blues Breakers, graffiti appeared around London stating ‘Clapton is God’.
CORK METAL band Sirocco mix thrash metal with Thin Lizzyesque dual guitar harmonies, and a strong Irish folk influence.
JAPANESE METAL, Swedish fun, English cool, and Irish brilliance are on the cards over the next few months with a host of brilliant acts set to play the Róisín Dubh.
FOR THE third time in the space of just over 18 months - and we should feel privileged by this - Japan’s Acid Mothers Temple play the Róisín Dubh on this Tuesday at 9pm.
His name is Larry Love, and despite his husky voice and somewhat vulgar tongue, his name says a lot about the man. I am enthralled as he expresses, with unashamed passion, why he and his band, Alabama 3, a group you may have heard of once or twice, are coming to Galway next month in aid of the Irish charity Ability West.
Guitar fans are in for a treat at the Róisín Dubh on Tuesday December 16 at 9pm when Irish acoustic guitar duo Túcan take to the stage.
NEW ZEALAND is famous for its rugby team - the All-Blacks inspiring fear and respect in opponents the world over. Yet the country is no slouch either when it comes to producing good music.
“I DON’T think of our band as a folk band - many of the other members would disagree with me - I think we’re a punk rock band,” O’Death bassist Jesse Newman, tells me over the phone from New York. “We know how to have a good time on stage and off.”
For one night only on March 1, the Comedy Club at Cuba* reverts to its traditional Sunday night slot with a show from the dynamic and hilarious Jason Byrne (pictured), a master of improvisation and madcap buffoonery. There will be a full support bill and Gerry Mallon is the MC. Tickets are available in advance at Bar 903, The Cellar Bar, and at the door which opens at 8.30pm
Túcan, instrumental acoustic guitar duo Donal Gunne and Pearse Feeney, are proud to announce the release of their debut album Aliquot Strings. Hailing from Sligo, Donal and Pearse have mined the riches of their talent to deliver a collection of nine tracks which cement their emerging reputation as one of the most exciting new Irish acts.