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Brendan McCahey has just unveiled the video for his brand new singleSweet Love, and you can exclusively watch the video on TEN for the first time.
This is the first single to be taken from The Voice of Ireland and 2fm wildcard winner’s debut album To Where I Begin.
He said: “Sweet Love represents love in a physical sense and idea that when you listen to a song you can be drawn in by the listener, who’s emotions...Read More
Irish singer songwriter Paddy Casey and comedian Joe Rooney (Fr. Damo from Father Ted) will be your entertainment in the run up to Christmas for the 5th, 6th, 12th and 13th December, at the Regency Hotel – from €65 per person including dinner and a glass of Prosecco on arrival.
On the 19th December the excellent The Swing Cats will be...Read More
Aslan are pleased to announce a collaboration with Bandstand, Ireland’s most innovative new Music App. Bandstand is a platform that offers artists a new method to share and release content. Aslan’s exclusive content will only be available within the Bandstand App – bringing Fans closer to the band through direct messaging, downloads and priority tickets. Bandstand: Bandstand is the first of its kind; an innovative Direct-To-Fan platform for artists to grow their fan base at the...Read More
Recording artist Sarah Packiam is proud to release her latest music video “I loved you first”. This video will seal visually her 2012 EP Album "Dreams" making it the last music video of it's successful run before her new album is released early next year. "I loved you first" was shot in Miami and directed by Milcho. Sarah interprets her heart breaking song like never before, as she let’s out her desperate feelings, obsession for lost love and frustrations toward...Read More
HMV's new mobile application has been temporarily removed from the iOS App Store by Apple due to a problem the server has with the applications specifications. Developers are "working around the clock" to deliver an updated version of the iOS app for Apple's approval. It said this app will retain the Image Search and Sound Search functionality to discover music and listen to 30 second previews. Since its launch the app has been hugely popular with...Read More
Having recently been rescued by Larry Howard owner of Hilco Capital Ireland,HMV has reopened a number of their stores in Ireland over the past month. HMV are going for a full revamp and new approach by launching a new smartphone application that will act as a digital music shopping device. The free app was launched in the UK yesterday and its available on most smartphone platforms including iOS, Android, Blackberry 10 and Windows smartphones. The app is expected...Read More
Having just finished up a string of live dates in America and the UK, Damien Dempsey has announced that he will be playing at the Noggin Inn on November 2nd. This is the last of Damiens live dates before he travels to Australia to play a handful of shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. In recent times the legendary producer Brian Eno and ex-Smiths frontman Morrissey have both been singing the praises of Damien Dempsey’s song writing and performance...Read More
The Strypes have reached another landmark in their young career having received the news that their Japanese tour has completely sold out. The quartet from Cavan are to play 6 dates in Japan before traveling to the UK to join Arctic Monkeys on their extensive arena tour. The Stryes are also returning to the Japanese music television station ‘Asahi’, making it their second appearance on the station this year due to high demand. The Irish youngsters are one of...Read More
After selling out both of their Dublin shows in The Academy, Walking On Cars have announced that they will be catering for the high demand of their under 18 fan base. The matinee show will take place on December the 8th and tickets went on sale today, Wednesday the 16th of October. Tickets are priced at 10 euro and are available at all Ticketmaster outlets. Walking On Cars have only been submerged within the Irish music scene for the...Read More
After dramatically closing shop last January, HMV have returned back to the Irish shores under the ownership of Hilco, which bought the company in a deal worth almost 59 million euro. HMV relaunched their flagship store on September 12th, with The Strypes performing in-store at the Henry street location. HMV continued their relaunch with branches at Dundrum Town Centre, Liffey Valley, The Crescent Shopping Centre and a location in Limerick opening their doors on September 12th. Larry Howard owner...Read More