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SOME MUSICIANS find a formula that works and stick with it. Others are restless, always looking for new paths to explore and new ways to express their musical vision - Jape is definitely among the latter.
MALMÖ LIES at the very southwestern tip of Sweden’s Øresund strait. The nation’s third largest city, it is connected to the Danish capital Copenhagen via the massive, five mile long, Øresund Bridge. It is also home to many immigrant communities, mostly Middle Eastern and Eastern European, but among them is an Irishman, Richie Egan, better known as Jape.
JAPE, THE solo indie-electro project of singer-songwriter and Redneck Manifesto bassist Richie Egan, returns in 2015 with a new album and an Irish tour that includes the Róisín Dubh.
FROM THE lieder tradition in Germany to bands like Iron Maiden setting Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s ‘The Rime of The Ancient Mariner’ to music, there has long been a connection between literature and song.
AND SO I Watch You From Afar, the ground-breaking Antrim post-rock quartet will curate two nights of music at the Róisín Dubh.
BORN IN Malta, raised in Galway, based in Dublin, and winner of the Choice Music Prize, singer-songwriter Adrian Crowley plays the Róisín Dubh tomorrow.
AND SO I Watch You From Afar are set to take over the Róisín Dubh in December where they will curate two nights of live music events.
Acclaimed Irish singer-songwriter Mick Flannery and the West Cork Ukulele Orchestra have been added to the bill for Josh Ritter’s Galway Arts Festival Big Top concert.
STRANGE BREW at the Róisín Dubh next Thursday will play host to one of Ireland’s most exciting new bands, Dublin quartet The Cast of Cheers.
Tomorrow night Saturday, March 10, sees The Clubhouse at Castlebar Celtic get its official launch party when the brilliant Delorentos will be bringing their Little Sparks Tour to the county town. The aim of Castlebar’s new music venue is to promote some of the best independent local and national original artists and bands over the coming months, with two major international acts to be announced for the independent music venue over the coming weeks. Castlebar’s music scene will be getting a much needed injection and a further lease of life.