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Author: Cara Gibney

Writer and Editor for Gigging NI.

A Fermanagh man, an honest Ulster man*, Frank Ormsby spent years teaching

It may have been a sell-out launch event at the Lyric Theatre

Ciaran Lavery has long been fascinated by Will Oldham. That’s Bonnie ‘Prince’

Singer-song writer Gregory Alan Isakov was in Belfast last December when I

Kaz Hawkins joins BBC Radio Ulster this Sunday 26th March at 6.30pm,

It was a natural thing. The excited, jovial, unaware chatter from the

Bap Kennedy's Reckless Heart swings from soulful harmony, to honky-tonk, to rock

This Monday 12th December one of Radio Ulster’s more foreword thinking programmes

Galileo. I know a couple who had Declan O'Rourke’s “Galileo (Someone Like

Loudon Wainwright III brought his dry, droll ways to Belfast for the

According to The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, ‘42’ is "the answer

If I said Suggs, what would you think? Madness? “One Step Beyond?”

A few nights ago, Open House Festival brought Waterboys founder and frontman

I’m in trouble. White Denim are better men than me, outpacing every

Tom Robinson sped on stage and stood for a few seconds in

It was part of a series of shows at St George’s

Call it what you like. The troubles, the war, the campaign -

"Is that the one about the dead hooker?” It was a question

McHughs Bar is a 1711 Georgian hostelry with a haunted basement.* They play