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Author: Michael Barbour

Photographer and sometime reviewer with an eclectic taste in all things visual and musical. Still struggles to understand jazz.

It's been a long time in coming, but tonight marks the launch

It's the last of three nights of music in Holywood this evening

The rain is falling as The 4 Of Us open Friday night’s

Since its inception, the Holywood Harmony Festival (a.k.a. Harmony Live) has rapidly

With a new album (Where The Action is) set for release in

While it seemed like the rest of Belfast were going a wee

This is a first – The Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival comes to

Brooklyn-based blues trio Daddy Long Legs shook the Black Box last night

Tagged by The Guardian as far back as February 2018 as

Seeing The Waterboys live is one of those experiences that live on

Anna Margaret Michelle Calvi is an eclectic (and electric) musician for sure.

The best gigs are those where you feel a tingling in the

Beauty Sleep are Belfast’s own dream-pop band; producing music over the last

TG4’s Gradam Ceoil has been in existence since 1998 and is one

For those not already in the know, Neil Johnson was a well-known

Belfast-based five piece Vale met in school, and have been making music

Another Out To Lunch Festival has come and gone, once again bringing

The day before The Delines played Belfast, Hot Press plugged their show

Andy Irvine is undoubtedly one of the most influential and pivotal Irish

London Astrobeat Orchestra kick off this year’s Out To Lunch Festival with

Presented as part of the Volume Control project, Gigging NI were delighted

It’s been a few years since jazz guitar maestro Frank Vignola visited