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Jack L - a magic night in store

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THE GREAT Jack L, the Irish vocalist, of whom The Los Angeles Times declared "What a voice…what a performer!’’ brings his award winning show Magic Days to the Town Hall Theatre.

A night for female DJs @ Electric

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GASH COLLECTIVE, which provides a platform for female-identifying DJs and producers to create, share, and collaborate together in the field of electronica, is coming to Electric.

Rolling Stones tribute @ Monroe's Live

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THE STROLLING Homes, the Galway based tribute band to "the greatest rock'n'roll band in the world", the Rolling Stones, play Monroe's Live next weekend.

Baile An Salsa - new album, Galway gig

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BAILE AN Salsa, the Latin American/Irish trad fusion band, led by Uruguayan vocalist Andres Martorell, will launch their new album, ÉRIU, with a show in Monroe's Live.

Album review: Slow Place Like Home

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THE SECOND album from Donegal vocalist, composer, and producer SPLH - aka Keith Mannion - contains what may be a first, or at least a rarity, in electronic music - the use of a waltz rhythm.

A duo of jazz gigs from a trio

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SHE WILL play University Hospital Galway and a lunchtime show at Electric. She is vocalist Karen Egan, and both upcoming shows are part of the Galway Jazz Festival which runs from October 5 to 8.

Aimee Banks to sing at Fringe Festival

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AIMEE BANKS, the 15-year-old soprano who shot to fame representing Ireland at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Bulgaria, will give a concert at the Augustinian Church as part of the 2017 Galway Fringe Festival.

Album review: Can

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TWO MEMBERS studied under avant-garde composer Karlheinz Stockhausen; another was a jazz drummer who loved Stax soul; their youngest member was a gifted guitarist and violinist; their vocalist was a free spirit from Japan.

Album review: Saint Etienne

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THESE last few weeks I've reviewed new albums by Slowdive, The Charlatans, and The Jesus and Mary Chain, while RIDE's comeback, Weather Diaries, awaits a listen. It all leads me to ask: What year is this?

Album review: The Jesus and Mary Chain

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COULD THERE be a more quintessential Jesus and Mary Chain lyric than, "To old to crucify, but too young for suicide", the opening line of 'Song For A Secret', from their first new album in almost 20 years.

 

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