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ME AULD Flower, the Connemara folk singer-songwriter, this week released his debut album, The Vaults of Consciousness. It features nine original songs, and contributions from a range of acclaimed Irish musicians.
“A CURLY Organ show is like an encounter with a modern day wild eyed ancient prophet man. He stands out as a genuine artist, a lone voice in the wilderness growing a cult following.”
THE EIGHTH Galway Fringe Festival runs from Sunday July 15 to Monday 30, with a programme boasting free and ticketed events across all art forms including theatre, visual art, music, film, comedy and spoken word.
GALWAY LOVES Music is a new evening of discussion and performances in the Róisín Dubh, and a chance for musicians in Galway to meet local and national voices who will share their knowledge of how music works.
DAVID BOLAND is one of the main figures in the indie-rock and alternative music scene in Galway city and a prime figures behind the Citóg nights in the Róisín Dubh. As a musician in his own right, he goes under the name of New Pope, and his new album is out now.
THERE ARE two kinds of Galwegians - one lives for the Races, the other cannot be far enough away from the Races. If you are of the latter persuasion, there is only one place to be on Ladies' Day - The Strange Brew Summer Shindig.
NEW POPE, the indie-folk solo project of singer-songwriter David Boland, has released a new album, Youth. All songs on the seven-track album were written by David. It was recorded, mixed and mastered by Eoin Dolan at College Road, Galway. David was accompanied by Emma Lohan (accordion), David Shaughnessy (drums), G Tobin (backing vocals), and Eoin Dolan (synths/backing vocals).