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Alan Burke

Alan Burke is an Irish singer and songwriter with a wide repertoire of traditionals, Gaelic and contemporary songs, on stage mostly performed alone with both powerful and sensitive guitar play. His brand is a very unique voice, clear and full of the typical celtic excitement, moving his listeners from laughter to tears. As a session musician he supported Christy Moore, Sharon Shannon, Moving Hearts, Altan, Donal Lunny, Davy Spillane, Paddy Glackin, and DeDannan among many others. He fronted the band called AFTERHOURS for many years before embarking on a solo career.

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20 Bulls Each

Storming from the land of luck, 20 BULLS EACH have been building their following throughout their hometown of Dublin, Ireland and all of Europe for almost a decade. The band started with no allegiance to any particular style of music and instead opted to start playing and see where they ended up. Fusing influence from punk, hardcore, metal and Oi, 20 BULLS EACH have crafted their own style of melodic hardcore after years of touring and recording.

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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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Threepenny Bit

A young and vibrant addition to the folk scene, Threepenny Bit folk and ceilidh band was formed from an unlikely combination of student-types in Southampton in 2010. Consisting of suitcase percussion, fiddle, flute, guitar and clarinet, they play a wide range of Irish, English, Cornish, Breton and Scottish diddly-dee music with a hint of klezmer! Threepenny Bit set the trend for “Half Price Busking” in the Summer of 2010, when they embarked upon a busking campaign to spread folk music to the four corners of Southern England.

Read more about Threepenny Bit on Last.fm.

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Daniel O'Donnell

Born: Dungloe, Co Donegal, Ireland 12th December 1961
Daniel O`Donnell popular Irish Country/Celtic Singer since 1991. Has had 18 top 40 albums in the UK/Ireland and 15 top 40 hit singles and 4 top 20 singles in UK/Ireland to date. Overall he has had over 22 albums.

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