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Exciting and innovative jazz guitarist Mike Nielsen performs at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday February 7 at 8pm.
HE IS admired by Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, and Roger Waters; has won numerous awards throughout a near 50 year career; and his songwriting has infleunced generations of musicians.
Sherry FitzGerald welcomes No 91 Woodlands to the market for sale by private treaty. This is a wonderfully spacious three bed semidetached home built early 2000s and located in a sought after location.
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.
Two of Galway’s most fashionable establishments, Willow Boutique and Caprice Café, have come together to host a night of fun, fashion and food on Wednesday, November 7th, to help raise funds for local charity, Rosabel's Rooms.
SOMETIMES THE hype is justified. When The Last Mixed Tape call The Clockworks “a band definitely on the verge of breaking through”, Outcast magazine declared them ”Ireland's next big thing”; and U&I described them as the kind of group “the Irish music scene has been overdue for some time”, it was not talk. It is fact.
IT BEGINS with two of the greatest songs in The Fall's vast catalogue - one definitive, the other highly uncharacteristic - and the genesis of the album itself is possibly the oddest in the band's career.
PEARL JEM, the Irish tribute band to Pearl Jam, the long running Seattle band who were among the pioneers of grunge, return to Galway in October.
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”.
GIVEN WE live in a post-Christian, increasingly secular, Ireland, the opening line of Villagers' new album comes as a surprise: "I've found again, the space in my heart again, for God again, in the form of art again."