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Home Grown Irish Musicians; brilliant in any decade…

Home Grown Irish Musicians; brilliant in any decade…

For such a small country, Ireland has made and continues to make a massive impact on modern music. Some of the finest musicians in the world have hailed from our fair emerald isle and have performed at some of the most well know venues and festivals across the globe. We set high standards when

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it comes to music festivals. Over the years Slane, Electric Picnic and Oxegen have become big names on the festival scene. And new festivals such as Forbidden Fruit, Indiependence, Tennents Vital and Live in the Marquee are in high demand aswell. We are going to take you through ten of our favourite all time Irish musicians followed by ten up and coming Irish acts that predict will be making some pretty big noise on the Irish music and festival circuit in coming months.   The Legends Rory Gallagher (Shadowplay) Thin Lizzy (Still in Love with You) The Cranberries (Zombie) U2 (With or Without You) Van Morrison (Days Like This) The Frames (Revelate) The Dubliners (Dirty Old Town) The Up and Comers Ryan Sheridan (Jigsaw) Walking On Cars (Catch Me if You Can) Ian O’ Doherty (The Temptation of Eve) Bipolar Empire (Why So Sad) Red Empire (Small Mercies) Big September (The Preacher) Keywest (Electric Love) Vann Music (Into the Night)   Mojo Gogo (Like the Sun) The featured up and coming artists have all received critical acclaim in recent months. Influential music critics from Hot Press, Golden Plec and State magazine to mention a few giving these acts the seal of approval. For further information on these artists or for booking information see www.musicfestivals.ie or contact us on +35312013660.