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Joanna Newsom: ahead of her date in Dublin on September 14, indie rock’s most harpiest talks to Sinéad Gleeson about “Have One On Me” and other matters. The Script: They’re back! The million-selling Dublin rock/pop band tell Brian Boyd why …

Fri, Sep 10, 2010, 08:02

   

Joanna Newsom: ahead of her date in Dublin on September 14, indie rock’s most harpiest talks to Sinéad Gleeson about “Have One On Me” and other matters.

The Script: They’re back! The million-selling Dublin rock/pop band tell Brian Boyd why they don’t give a toss about credibility.

Bands On Screen: ahead of the release of The Runaways, Anna Carey takes a closer look at some of the best-known depictions of rock’n'roll life on the silver screen and sees if they measure up to reality.

Plus: reviews of music releases from Robert Plant (CD of the Week slot for “Band Of Joy”), Solar Bears, The Script, Blonde Redhead, Grinderman, Eleanor McEvoy, The Jolly Boys, “Ninja Tune XX”, “The Runaways” and more, plus new movies on the block including Cyrus, Swansong: The Occi Byrne Story, Going the Distance, The Runaways, My Son, My Son, What Have you Done?, Resident Evil: Afterlife and Tamara Drewe.

All this and more in The Ticket, in print, online and the best of The Ticket on the app.

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