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ULTAN CONLON has just finished recording his new album in Los Angeles, and kept very good company while doing so, working with former members of Nicklecreek and Iron & Wine.
DETAILS OF the third annual Galway Cartoon Festival, which runs from November 8 to 18, were announced at a gathering in the Black Gate Cultural Centre on Monday evening.
THE WAR Against Cynicism: A Workshop for Blocked Writers, hosted by Dara Ó Foghlu, takes place in Galway next month.
The Limerick Soviet of 1919 was a brief period in Irish revolutionary and labour history when workers defied British colonialism and took power into their own hands.
TWO TOWERING figures in Galway music, and two of the county's "greatest and most popular singer-songwriters," as this paper has previously described them, play the next Eclectics gig night.
A RECENT journey through South America has inspired a new set of songs which is likely to make up the second album by Galway born singer-songwriter Sophie Coyle.
Singer-songwriter Áine Tyrrell is making a welcome trip home from Australia for a gig in Galway in September to launch her new album, Return To The Sea.
WHEN BILLIE Holiday died in 1959, The New York Times obituary stated: "Miss Holiday set a pattern during her most fruitful years that has proved more influential than that of almost any other jazz singer".
THE CAREER of Miles Davis is almost the history of post-war American jazz, with the trumpeter exploring, and often pioneering, such genres as cool jazz, hard bop, modal jazz, as well as fusion through his embrace of rock, funk, and hip hop.
A CONGOLESE guitarist and an Irish percussionist, who together create "redemptive music" that delivers "a cataclysm of moods and moves to share", according to The Irish Times, are coming to Galway.