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Storming performance from Gleeson

TV Review

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‘Hardcore troubadour’ to perform in Ennis

STEVE Earle, the ‘hardcore troubadour’ will be playing in Glór on November 13.

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The all new De Dannan bring their show to LIT

FRANKIE Gavin and the newly formed De Dannan will take to LIT’s Millenium Theatre Stage on Saturday, where they will showcase some of their new material, as well as tracks to be released on their forthcoming album, Jigs, Reels and Rock and Roll.  

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Take your seat at Glór this November

GLÓR is one of a number of venues around the country taking part in Take Your Seat week, which is running from November 9 to 14, with discounted tickets and promotions on offer.

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Brennan to exhibit at the Temple Gate

ARTIST and author Philip Brennan’s work reflects a deep relationship with the land, the passing year and the creatures, flora and people that inhabit it.

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Debut CD for harmonica duet

“GOOD, strong rhythmic Clare music on the harmonica.” That’s how Eoin O’Neill describes the playing of John Gavin and his daughter, Pauline Gavin-Callinan, on the their debut CD, William’s Pride.

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Tale of descent into alcoholism a sobering read

Brian O’Connell had hit rock bottom in late summer 2004. Alcohol had him locked in a vice-like grip and it seemed as if he couldn’t break free.

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