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    »Sligo Live

    October 22, 2014

    Please mind that this festival features concerts in multiple venues. Some of those concerts might appear here as separate events. Please check the event's official website for the full schedule.

    Sligo
    Sligo,

    »Festival Folk

    October 23, 2014 8:00 PM

    Old Westport Road
    Castlebar,

    »Renegade Brass Band

    October 23, 2014 11:30 PM

    Old Westport Road
    Castlebar,

    »Bell X1 - Sligo Live

    October 24, 2014 7:00 PM

    After vocalist Damien Rice left the band Juniper to pursue a solo career in 1999, the rest of the band regrouped to form Bell X1, a four-piece outfit that creates smooth new wave-inspired indie rock music. Bell X1's debut album Neither Am I, was released in 2000, but despite featuring several songs co-written by Rice the record was never released outside of Ireland. Finally pushing through with its fusion of electronic and rock music paired with a pop sensibility, the band released 2003's Music in Mouth and earned critical acclaim for its warm sound. Bell X1 has since released a string of studio albums, including 2011's Bloodless Coup, that gained popularity in its home country as well as around the UK and US.

    Ash Lane
    Sligo,

    »Cartown Halloween Teenage Event

    October 24, 2014 9:00 PM

    Drumshanbo Road
    Carrick on Shannon ,

    »Des Bishop - Coming Home

    October 24, 2014 8:00 PM

    Desmond Ryan Bishop is a comedian who is better known simply as Des Bishop. Having been brought up in New York before relocating to Ireland as a teenager in 1990, Bishop has a dual outsider-insider take on Irish society that makes his brand of observational comedy particularly enticing for both Irish and American audiences. Between his hilarious renditions of regional Irish accents, Bishop tackles social issues of poverty, classism and American politics through his satirical, often self deprecating, point of view.

    Dublin Road
    Carrick-on-Shannon,

    »Dr Hook Featuring Ray Sawyer

    October 24, 2014 8:00 PM

    Old Westport Road
    Castlebar,

    »Horslips - Sligo Live

    October 25, 2014 7:00 PM

    Horslips was a 1970s Irish rock band that composed, arranged and performed its own Celtic rock songs and music based on traditional Irish jigs and reels. The band was one of the first, if not the first, of the Celtic rock bands of that era. Formed in 1970, Horslips disbanded in 1980, but in 2005, the original lineup regrouped and again began performing gigs. Description from last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License and may also be available under the GNU FDL.

    Ash Lane
    Sligo,

    »The Young Folk

    October 25, 2014 10:00 PM

    Old Westport Road
    Castlebar,

    »Sheryl Crow - Sligo Live

    October 26, 2014 7:00 PM

    Sheryl Crow is an American rock singer who was heavily influenced by country and folk music during the 1990s. Crow started her career in 1987, when Michael jackson hired her as background singer for his first world tour. Shortly after, A&M Records signed her and produced her first solo album which was never released. In 1993, her single "All I Wanna Do" topped the charts worldwide. At that time, she was still working with her band, Tuesday Night Music Club. Shortly after the album release, Crow parted ways with the band. Since then, her music style has been ever-changing and flows from country to rock to electronic. Crow also recorded the title song for Tomorrow Never Dies, the James Bond saga, in 1997.

    Ash Lane
    Sligo,

    »The Drifters

    October 26, 2014 8:00 PM

    While a good amount of bands who debuted in the 50s have aged and grown weary, the American doo-wop group The Drifters has remained steadfast in its dedication to music. The group still manages to tour the country and swoon over audiences with impressive vocal harmonies and vintage "wall of sound" style tonal shifts.

    Old Westport Road
    Castlebar,

    »These Charming Men

    October 26, 2014 8:00 PM

    Since the split of the Smiths in the late 1980's, members Johnny Marr and Morrissey have repeatedly stated that they will not reunite the band. Morrissey even went as far as to say that he would "eat his own testicles" before doing so. Needless to say, seeing the two perform their greatest hits before a live audience might take a few years, if it occurs in this lifetime at all. Why wait? These Charming Men are a tribute-band to one of everybody's favorite British alternative rock band: The Smiths. The lead singer's voice evokes the same sensitivity and suffering that Morrissey's croon evokes and the instruments keep up that quintessential Smiths sound.

    Old Westport Road
    Castlebar,
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