we are back in Derry tomorrow for the Radio 1 Academy with @BBCR1 - see you there? #derry
Musician / Band? Would like to play in Belfast and Dublin as part of Bushmills Live In In The City? Click on. http://t.co/8nS68AwNep
Unfortunately due to illness Lapalux has had to cancel all of this weekends shows. Refunds for the Oh Yeah event available from CQAF.
Still a chance to apply for the Red Bull Bedroom Jam. Top chances and rewards. Not many acts from the north are in. http://t.co/l2fcK2DL1p
MusicSnow Patrol, Ash, The Divine Comedy, The Ghears, Iain Archer, Robert Holmes, Driving by Night, No Dancing Records, Robyn G Shiels, The Desert Hearts, John D'Arcy, Bruised Fruit, Fortune Cookie Music, Fastfude, Dead FM, Belfast Guitar Emporium, Across the Line, Colin Murray, we'll keep adding to this list as we go along!
Suggestions more than welcome!
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A series of musicians and industry figures are supporting the plans to establish a dedicated music centre for Belfast. Gary Lightbody from Snow Patrol, Tim Wheeler from Ash and Radio1’s Colin Murray are among the active supporters of the project, which is called Oh Yeah.
The venue is a former bonded whiskey warehouse in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter, Belfast’s booming cultural district. It measures 14, 500 square feet over three floors and will soon be home to rehearsal rooms, performance space, a café and office units to incubate new music businesses.
Gary Lightbody helped to kick-start the process during a visit home in December 2005. He first visited the site on Gordon Street in August 2006. “It’s perfect,” he said...Oh Yeah Music Centre Open Day Promo Video
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