John Wilson’s A Taste of Rory – A night of music and memories celebrating the life of Rory Gallagher at The Source Arts Centre

John Wilson is one of the most respected musicians on the Irish music scene. In the 1960s when he started to play drums, He was part of the first wave of Irish musicians to help put Irish rock and blues music on the worldwide stage. John played in many bands who were leading the scene in […]

Charlie Landsborough in Concert for one night only at The Source, Thurles

This extra special concert at The Source Arts Centre presents a remarkable singer/songwriter who has played all over the world, becoming one of the all-time biggest selling artists in Irish Music history and performing at Nashville’s Grand ‘Ole Oprey to a full house. Charlie’s reputation as a top class entertainer continues to grow and he has won […]

Simon and Garfunkel Tribute Through the Years at The Source Thurles

Bookends perform the most authentic sounding tribute to the unforgettable music of Simon & Garfunkel. Made up of Dan Haynes & Pete Richards, Bookends have toured extensively with their concerts being described as ‘simply breathtaking’. Performing the songs in a truly captivating way, against a backdrop of images and video footage, their delicate recreation of […]

St Patrick’s Day and Easter Entertainment in Nenagh at Philly’s Bar

There is a great line up of entertainment over St. Patrick’s Day and Easter in Philly’s Bar on Connolly St., Nenagh. Wed 16th March @ 10pm – Wig Wam Glam Band Thurs. 17th March Paddy’s Day @ 5pm – Whiskey Stones Sat 19th March @ 6pm Annual Darts Tournament Full Details on Facebook Sun 20th […]

Legendary Irish singer Don Baker returns to Birr next month!

Legendary Irish performer Don Baker is teaming up with uber-talented singer/songwriter Clara Rose for an unforgettable night of blues music at Birr Theatre & Arts Centre, on Saturday 2 April, 8pm. They’ll be performing songs from their brand new album, BakerRose. Don is back on the road after a star turn in beloved Irish soap […]

Luka Bloom seeks female support act with original material to play The Source

Luka Bloom plays The Source Arts Centre tomorrow night, Fri 12th February, in his first official gig of The New Year prior to an extensive Australian tour to promote his new album FRÚGALISTO. This morning he has put a call out there that he would like a female support act with original material to open […]

Luka Bloom 2016 tour debuts at The Source Arts Centre Thurles

With a poet’s heart and a rockster’s soul, Luka Bloom is regarded as one of Ireland’s best-respected contemporary folk artists, having produced 20 albums since the 1970s, Bloom continues to push the boundaries of what his music can do, and the 2012/13 Heartman Tour proves he is still making provocative, poetic music that delves deep […]

Declan Sinnott with Vickie Keating live at The Source Thurles

Declan Sinnott first came to prominence back in 1970 and has been in the forefront of Irish music ever since. He was a founding member of Horslips and Moving Hearts – two of the most influential trad/electric bands in Ireland, and spent 13 years guiding Mary Black’s career, producing the majority of her music.  Declan […]

Grace Wilde ‘Bring me to my knees’. Co Tipperary gig this Friday

“Delicious melodrama…earthy vocals…a tightly disciplined mix of intimate rock & bluesy soul” Irish Times   Grace Wilde is a North Co. Dublin based band, fronted by singer songwriter Audrey Fay and guitarist Enda Duffy. The debut EP ‘Bring me to my knees’ is officially released today April 13th, accompanied by a sensuous video for the title […]

Award winning Southern Tenant Folk Union to play Thurles March 7th

  “An ambitious suite of songs…a fierce polemic…expands STFU’s folk origins by drawing on funk, deep soul and film score atmospherics” UNCUT “Thrilling folk rock at its best, with the Union unafraid to adopt funk & soul into their sound” DAILY EXPRESS   IRISH TOUR Tue 3rd March – Spirit Store, Dundalk, Co Louth spiritstore.ie 8pm […]

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