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The Sheerin Family Country Band - with special guest Robert Mizzell

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The Sheerin Family continue with their regular once a month gig playing to a packed house in Cooney’s Hotel, Ballymahon.

Blues guitarists for Monroe’s Live

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A SOUTHERN slideman and an Illinois bluesman, both of whom have won acclaim for their abilities on guitar, will share the stage at Monroe’s Live.

The Tom Portman Trio

FRESH FROM his return from Poland’s Suwalki Blues Festival and the launch of his new solo album Float Your Blues Away, gifted guitarist Tom Portman is back in Galway.

Galway guitarist to launch new album

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TOM PORTMAN, the gifted guitarist whose dextrous, elegant style music draws on blues, folk, Indian, and Irish music, is about to launch his new album.

Wille and the Bandits @ Monroe’s

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BRITISH ROOTS-rock band Wille and The Bandits have been hailed as “the new Seasick Steve,” by The Kaiser Chiefs and one of the UK’s “best live acts” by The Daily Telegraph.

The Sheerin Family Country Band - Ireland’s only seven piece family country band

After the huge success of their first four gigs as the new house band playing to a packed house in Cooneys Hotel, Ballymahon, The Sheerin Family Country Band have decided to continue with a regular gig on the last Monday of every month.

The Sheerin Family Country Band

It’s a question that has been asked a thousand times: When are you all going to get together and start a big band?

Spirit Of Voice festival line up announced

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THE SPIRIT Of Voice festival returns from November 12 to 14 with concerts and events celebrating song, words, and the human voice.

Bank robbers, children, and Casiotone For The Painfully Alone

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OWEN ASHWORTH, the man behind the lo-fi electro-indie project Casiotone For The Painfully Alone admits he feels a certain amount of anxiety about the possibility of starting a family.

Preston Reed’s adventures on the guitar

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ONTO the stage strides an enormously tall man. With his beard and long, long, sandy coloured hair, you’d swear Thor had just entered. In front of him are five guitars. What’s he’s about to do with them is like nothing you have ever seen before.

 

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