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Fro release new single 'Sitting Duck'

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GALWAY BAND Fro release their second single, ‘Sitting Duck’, tomorrow [Friday February 28], with the track dealing with topical themes of depression and self doubt.

Flash Harry to bring 'a kind of magic' to the Town Hall

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FREDDIE MERCURY was a legend in his own lifetime, and close to 30 years after the Queen frontman's death from AIDS, his legend endures, and he remains one of the most beloved singers in rock.

Carvin Jones to bring the blues to Galway

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CARVIN JONES can count two of the finest guitarists to ever play the instrument - Eric Clapton and Albert Collins - among his admirers, while Jimi Hendrix drummer Buddy Miles called him "the New King of Strings".

Enya Martin headlines the Comedy KARLnival

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SHE IS a schoolteacher, she co-runs the PaddyShack Comedy Club in Galway, and this week she is the guest MC at the Comedy KARLnival in the Róisín Dubh.

A Tom Waits night for charity

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THE SONGS of Tom Waits will be performed by some of Galway's leading musicians in a special charity event to raise funds for the Galway Simon Community.

Live shows this Christmas at Garbo’s

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Garbo's has a  number of great shows coming up this Christmas season.

Wild Youth - back in Galway for headline show

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THIS SUMMER, they supported The Academic in the Big Top during the Galway International Arts Festival. As the year draws to a close, they return to Galway, this time as headliners.

Arts festival talk to explore our relationship with food

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Food quality, why we eat the way we do, industrial food practices, and consumption habits will be explored by the acclaimed British food writer, Bee Wilson, in a public talk at NUI Galway next week.

Johnny Graham to play the Comedy KARLnival

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HE IS best known for the viral video, Man Flu: The Truth, which has received close to a million hits on YouTube, and for co-running Ireland’s Smallest Comedy Club. Next week he takes to the stage of the Róisín Dubh.

Album review: Jobcentre Rejects

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WHEN IRON Maiden released their self-titled debut album in 1980, it did something no one thought possible - it fused the still evolving metal genre with styles the previous three years declared sworn enemies - punk/post-punk with prog-rock.

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