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The Shower Scene

"This quartet makes pop-punk fun again...They promise fun, catchy pop-punk, and that is exactly what they deliver." - AbsolutePunk
"Punchy guitar riffs, very slick vocals and catchy choruses...TSS have all the hallmarks of being a very good band who could get very, very popular indeed." - Punktastic
The Shower Scene started as a solo acoustic project but was destined to become a full band. Goc joined Eoghan to play second guitar for Eoghan's E.P. entitled "Last Call For Lovers" in late 2007. Soon after, Mikey and Ally joined to make the full band complete.

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Cara

"Anam Cara" is Irish for "soulmate", "Cara" means "friend". Cara is a newly formed band, rooted in Irish and Scottish traditional music, but with ambitions to create a new and unique sound. Each of the four musicians has made a name for themselves at home and abroad through their involvement in various projects and got together in this line-up to create the music of their dreams. The list of bands in which the CARA members have played with reads like a "who-is-who" of the local folk scene: More Maids...

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Brendan Bowyer

Brendan Bowyer (born 12 October 1938 in Waterford, Ireland) is an Irish singer best known for fronting "The Royal Showband" and the "Big 8" band. Also renowned for having The Beatles open for him at a concert in 1962 at the "The Liverpool Empire" and being regarded as one of the first headlining Elvis impersonators. Elvis Presley himself was a big fan of Brendan's performances and would often attend Brendans concerts in the Stardust Resort & Casino, Las Vegas during the 1970's.

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The Edge

There are four artists: 1) The Edge (aka David Howell Evans), is best known as the guitarist for U2, but he has also released material on his own.
The soundtrack for the 1986 UK film Captive is the only solo album to date by The Edge.
He approached Michael Brook, creator of the Infinite Guitar, which The Edge regularly uses, to collaborate on this soundtrack album; Brook co-produced and helped with the instrumentals and some of the writing.

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Fight Like Apes

What happens when four highly motivated couch potatoes trawl through the b-movie underworld in search of the purest of gold?... They Fight Like Apes! Hailing from Dublin, Ireland and weighing in at over six hundred pounds, Fight Like Apes combine the Synth with the Sword in this heroic tale of anger, jealousy, greed and ...goblins. With an emphasis on loutish vocals, brutish bass and digital distortion, Fight Like Apes are highly trained, armed and considered extremely dangerous.

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Rogue Male

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rogue_Male_(band) Rogue Male were a British heavy metal band from the mid 1980s. Rogue Male was the brainchild of Northern Ireland born singer/guitairst Jim Lyttle, who had previously been in the seminal Northern Irish punk band Pretty Boy Floyd and The Gems. Moving to London in the early 1980s he decided to put together a band that would mix punk styles and aggression with the more metal sounds of the NWOBHM bands of the time.

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Christy Moore

Christy, a native of Co. Kildare, Ireland, started in the music business in the mid-sixties, when his life as a bank clerk was interrupted by a bank strike, and he moved to England. There he became involved in the folk music scene at the time, and spent a few years playing pubs and clubs around the country. His return to Ireland was marked by the album Prosperous, which proved to be a milestone in the rapprochement of Irish music to the popular mainstream.

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