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Ute Lemper joins a host of singers celebrating the songs of Bertolt Brecht  at the NCH, Dublin on Saturday September 14th and Sunday September 15th

Sunday 8 Out to Drexciya Lucky’s, Dublin Going from 1pm until midnight, music promoters Out to Lunch are doing more than just lunch, they’re giving y(...)

Irish audiences will need no introduction to Lisa Hannigan; the Kildare woman is by now a stalwart of the indie scene, with three solo albums to her n(...)

Other Voices returns, with plenty of Irish acts including the hotly tipped David Keenan. Photograph: Other Voices

The long-running live music series Other Voices returns to RTÉ 2 on Thursday with a host of performances and interviews recorded in Dingle, Ballina, E(...)

 Image from the funeral of John Reynolds in Donnybrook, Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Music promoter John Reynolds was remembered at his funeral on Thursday as “innovative, energetic and ambitious”, as an immensely hard worker and as a (...)

Bryce and Aaron Dessner performs at The Everyman in Cork, Ireland, 2017. Photograph: Kieran Frost/Redferns

Aaron and Bryce Dessner could certainly be said to be living the dream. As twin brothers and band members of the popular Cincinnati rock band The Nati(...)

Tadhg Furlong and Jordi Murphy: the Wexford man has his granny lighting Lourdes candles  for him at home on the big rugby occasions. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

After the weekend that was in it you couldn’t but conclude that Australian cricket and Oxford rowing could do with some help from Granny Furlong, both(...)

Bell X1: five nights, five different shows

We would wager a hefty bet that when Bell X1 formed in 1997 (out of the ashes of a band called Juniper, which had in its ranks singer and songwriter D(...)

Little Hours opened the Main Stage  at  Electric Picnic 2017 in Stradbally on Friday. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

Little Hours ★★★★ Main Stage At 5pm on Friday it’s the soft opening of Electric Picnic’s main stage, and no better opener than Little Hours. Wit(...)

While Tongue Tied is her debut album, Kate Earl, the Alaskan-born Londoner, has had a few incarnations over the years: gospel singer, indie act who on(...)

David Arnold. Courtesy of RTÉ Concert Orchestra

You might be forgiven for thinking that, the names apart, there is no connection between Dublin’s Oliver Bond House – an inner city flat complex – and(...)

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