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VOTED IRELAND’S best clubnight of 2013 by the music savvy subscribers to Nialler9.com, Somewhere at The Workman's Club, Dublin, is coming to celebrate four years of excellent Wednesday nights, packed week in, week out, with real music lovers.
Tomorrow night September 17 the 20th anniversary IMRO Showcase tour comes to Bar Ritz (Mulroys Bar) in Castlebar in association with Finbar Hoban Presents. On the night expect to see Limerick group Fox Jaw Bounty Hunters along with Race The Flux, local Castlebar band New Sunset Hotel and Pearse McLoughlin entertain the crowds at Bar Ritz all for a price of €5. The annual tour shines a very bright spotlight on Ireland’s best new music talent. IMRO showcases Ireland’s most exciting emerging acts at the best Irish venues across the country. This year saw a record breaking response to the call for entries, with more than 600 submissions made from young Irish acts hoping to take part in the tour. After much serious deliberation, IMRO has announced the dates, venues, and line-ups for the 2011 IMRO Showcase Tour.
The 2011 IMRO Showcase comes to Castlebar’s Bar Ritz (Mulroys Bar) on September 17 in association with Finbar Hoban Presents. On the night expect to see Limerick group Fox Jaw Bounty Hunters along with Race The Flux, New Sunset Hotel, and Pearse McLoughlin entertain the crowds at Bar Ritz all for a price of €5.
While at the Oxegen music festival in 2007, friends Shane, Joe, and Callum decided they wanted to be on stage, not in front of it, and thus Bipolar Empire was born! They approached Mark Maguire, a talented guitarist, songwriter, and longtime friend - and Bipolar Empire became a quartet.
GALWAY BANDS are being sought for the 11 date IMRO Showcase Tour which takes place in September 2011. All genres are welcome, from rock to folk, pop to hip-hop, and beyond.
DAITHI Ó DRONAÍ, the immensely talented young fiddle player, whose imaginative sounds and unorthodox style has generated much interest in music circles, is about to release his debut EP.
It’s all happening this week, what with VAT increases up north combined with the falling rate of the euro expected to put an end to the pull of cross-border shopping; the proposed introduction of yet another property tax — this time for everyone with a roof over their heads — that’s expected to work out at approximately €1,000 per person (but which should generate oodles of new income for those involved in the business of ‘independent assessment’ of house values); the proposal to abolish town councils gaining greater clarity as it transpires that the dual mandate is set for a return, but only to a reduced number of councillors; and the news of royalty and leaders of powerful countries queuing up to come over to Ireland for a visit, with both Queen Elizabeth and President Barack Obama throwing their names into the pot. So much to take in.
The GAA's ridiculous decision to sandwich in a football quarterfinal this Sunday between the minor and senior hurling semi-finals shows once again how little regard they have for the small ball. Surely they could have asked the footballers of Meath and Mayo to play on Saturday thus leaving the next day free for the hurling semi-finals.
Accomplished broadcaster and producer John Quinn reveals that one month on, he is still recovering from the artistic delights of the successful Clarinbridge Arts Festival and pleads that funding for such events are not cut in the post-Budget gloom.