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FOR THE Halloween weekend, a series of jazz gigs, featuring leading Irish jazz musicians, takes place in the Black Gate Cultural Centre on St Francis Street.
SAOIRSE, A work specially commissioned by the 2019 Galway Jazz Festival, which fuses Connemara sean-nós with jazz and improvisational forms, will be premiered performed by vocalist Lauren Kinsella.
Following on from her headline performance at Aiken Promotions’ Harvest Music Festival back in 2017 at Westport House, Cliona Hagan will perform at Westport Town Hall Theatre on Friday, September 20 as part of her Nationwide Theatre Tour.
Celebrate the power of women in the history of the blues with ‘Ladies in the Blues’ music theatre show, from the gospel roots of the 1920s, through vaudeville and jazz, to the blues rock of the sixties and seventies.
Preparations are well under way for the third ‘Roundstone for Fun’ fundraising event for breast cancer research which takes place on Saturday.
THERE IS something familiar, and yet altogether different, about The National's eighth studio album. This is due partly to it being a film soundtrack, but mostly it is the presence of numerous female voices within this normally masculine environment.
THE LANDSCAPE and culture of Connemara pulse deeply through Ten Ton Slug, not in any obvious sonic sense, but in the band’s attitude, artistic vision, and clear sense of ambition.
MUSIC AND songs from films like Star Wars, James Bond, Lord Of The Rings, and that masterpiece of homoeroticism, Top Gun, will be performed in Salthill by the RTÉ Concert Orchestra.
SAY SUE Me have been called surf-rock, C86, shoe gaze, and dream-pop. Truth is, they are all of these. You can hear their roots - Yo La Tengo, The Velvet Underground, Pavement, sixties girl groups - but above all they are indie because they embody a very pure expression of what that means as a sound, as a way of making music, as a way of thinking about life.
SAINT SISTER, Daithí, and Wild Youth have been announced as support acts for shows at the Galway International Arts Festival Big Top in the Fisheries Field this July.