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THIS YEAR has been a big one for Irish folk-pop band Moon Looks On, having played three shows at the Glastonbury festival and appearing at the 2000 Trees festival in Gloucestershire.
AFTER A long hiatus, the Amazing Apples, one of Galway's most popular bands, are back with a new single, 'Mr Mustard', which will be released tomorrow on Spotify, iTunes, and Google Play.
A very special evening is promised in the Black Box on Wednesday, December 12th. Beyond the Music presents the compelling music of the iconic U2 album ‘The Joshua Tree’. The music is performed by a live band, choir and orchestra. Stunning arrangements and all orchestral parts have been arranged and scored by the creative team and subsequently recorded with the multi-award-winning and internationally-renowned Prague FILMharmonic Orchestra.
BON JOVI tribute band Slippery When Wet, according to The Times, “play note perfect renditions” of the New Jersey band's greatest songs, and, "they are not just talented performers…they are masters of illusion”.
Thanks Brother, the new project from artists Róisín O and John Broe, released their debut single ‘We Are Different’ in March of this year. This first single was produced at Beech Park Studios, Dublin, by Broe and Ciaran Bradshaw, with mixing by Grammy Award winner Ruadhri Cushnan.
English indie pop band Teleman will play Monroes on Thursday October 18.
IS CHRIS Haze the hardest working man in Galway, and indeed Irish, music? Probably, and after three years in which he has enjoyed a string of hits, this month finally sees him playing a headline, hometown gig.
DAVID KEENAN'S live shows have been described as visceral, spiritual, and communal events, where Keenan moves between a 'one man and his guitar' monologue to fronting a band of serious intent.
JOHNNY GALLAGHER, widely recognised as one of the finest guitarists in Ireland, returns to Galway for a show promising pure rock'n'roll through original material and Johnny's personal take on the classics.
HAVING SPENT the last 20 years between his native Ireland and New York, where he cut his teeth at the renowned Sin-É cafe, Mark Geary has won respect and attention from audiences and fellow artists.