Jeff Buckley

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As if further testimony were needed, Dundalk singer-songwriter David Keenan’s debut album is a pointer to his individualist sensibilities. A Beginner’(...)

Saturday 17 Yurt City Charleville Demense, Offaly. Also Sunday 18 Following on from 2018’s Yurt City event in District 8, curators Boots & Kats a(...)

Posthumous albums are tricky affairs to say the very least, varying wildly from the good, the bad and the downright ugly. Jeff Buckley’s Sketches by m(...)

Kitt Philippa: admires the experimentation and creative risk in Jeff Buckley’s album Grace

One of the reasons Jeff Buckley’s music is so special to me is because I came across him at a time where I felt almost suspended; some things were com(...)

Annabel Bates (Mrs Elvsted) and Lizzy Watts (Hedda) in The National Theatre’s production of Ibsen’s masterpiece Hedda Gabler.

★★★★ Hedda wanted none of this. Not the marriage, to an adoring, middling academic (Abhin Galeya). Not the bright, spacious, entirely unaffordable ho(...)

Followed up their appearance at Trinity Ball with an unforgettable gig at McGonagles
Three memorable Trinity debutants
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  • October 21, 2017, 06:00

The Smiths – December 1983 Although The Smiths’ appearance at the SFX in 1984 is often listed as their first show in Dublin, they did appear at the S(...)

Wild Youth

Friday, September 22nd Wild Youth Grand Social, Dublin, 7pm €15 Wild Youth – formed out of the smouldering ashes of Dublin band Bip(...)

Matthew E White and Flo Morrissey: “We just wanted to do songs that meant something to us, that challenged us, and some that people just wouldn’t normally cover.”

A duets album is a tried and tested staple of the music industry. The beasts arrive in varying shades of quality, but mostly they arrive from singers(...)

Rory and Chantelle Coss: “Since we  got married we feel more complete, almost like we are more in love than ever before”

Rory Coss and Chantelle Murphy, who are both from Co Laois, met in 2012 in the tattoo shop Rory worked in. They were friends for two years before they(...)

Ireland beat the All-Blacks: rugby triumphs provide cold comfort as RTÉ presenters discuss the Trump economy. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Barely a week has passed, and what only a few days earlier seemed unthinkable has become such an accepted fact of life that it’s already the stuff of (...)

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