Wednesday, 9th May 2012
We welcome two music veterans for a sit down weekly trad folk session
Kevin Power and Lorcan Reidy, all musicians welcome, every Wednesday - first tune 9pm.
Thursday sees the last of our singer songwriter competition finalswith Shane Elliot and Elaine Colclough taking on Shane Redmond. Should make for another interesting round me thinks -10pm start.
A triple header for Murphy's battle of the bands Snow Days, Voxpossible and Crowblack genres include folk/pop blues and instrumental where else but here 10pm.
Saturday 12th has something special on route. The Cold 100 and Kodakid. The Cold 100 are a 4 piece Blues/Rock band based in Dublin. Taking the bulk of their influences from the old blues men of Chicago and the Mississippi Delta and 60's,70's rockers such as The Stones, Led
Zeppelin and Peter Greens Fleetwood Mac, The Cold 100 channel much of the same spirit, passion and power in their music and performancesthat these great artists explemlified in their songs. Particular influences on the band are the likes of Son House, Muddy Waters, Howlin'
Wolf, and the enigmatic Robert Johnson. It was a lyric taken from the 1937 Robert Johnson classic "Terraplane Blues" that provided the band with their name.Kodakid will be fresh back playing from festival of fires and Maddens of Bundoran with studio time booked and gig galore these boys are what you call a hard working band to the T.Tunes on by MR Dj Clarky some say he he was forged from the ashes of James Brown and once stole Ian Brown haircut but we love him so expect some classic indie to a bit of indies soul
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Once in a blue moon. As rare as hen's teeth. A Government success. Each of those three sentences are as unusual and as rare as each other. But the last one seems to be about to take place. The Government has announced that it plans to give each child in the State a second year of free pre-school. It might not sound like earth shattering news but if it does happen then it could be one of the most significant things that this Government has done since it took office. Any money that is given over to education is a …
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