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Tuesday 24 Nov 2015

HomeTown interview and performance

HomeTown joined TEN's Sinead Brennan for a chat about their debut album, their experiences walking with lions, climbing through windows to escape crowds of fans and more.

  • Maverick Sabre

    Maverick Sabre's back for seconds

    In case you don't know it, Maverick Sabre is the real deal. He's not just another commodity looking to dip into your pocket, he's a musician on a mission to lift your heart to a higher place.

  • John Sheahan - his new book of poems and lyrics has just been launched

    Fiddle Dreamer

    Glen Hansard, Imelda May, Declan O'Rourke, Damien Dempsey and Joe Duffy pay heartfelt tribute to the legendary musician John Sheahan in the fly-leaf of his new book, Fiddle Dreams, a collection of poems and lyrics. Paddy Kehoe talks to John.

  • Hansard - "I feel I've really dug deep for these songs"

    Exclusive: First listen of new Glen Hansard album

    Glen Hansard releases his new album Didn't He Ramble on Friday September 18, and we're exclusively streaming it here.

  • St Etienne: Pete Wiggs, Sarah Cracknell and Bob Stanley

    St Etienne: Straight Outta Croydon

    St Etienne make a rare live appearance at Dublin's National Concert Hall this September when they play their much-loved debut album Fox Base Alpha in its entirety. Alan Corr talks to music journalist turned unlikely pop star Bob Stanley and front woman Sa

  • Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift will compete for Video of the Year, with Swift's Bad Blood and Sheeran's Thinking Out Loud shortlisted

    MTV Video Music Awards - The Nominees

    The nominees for the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards were announced on Tuesday July 21. Taylor Swift leads the shortlist with nine, while friend Ed Sheeran has six. Hozier's Take Me to Church has two nominations.

  • Riverdance 20 Years on the road this year

    Riverdance celebrates 20 years

    Riverdance are celebrating thier 20 year anniversary since the inception of the stage show. RTÉ's Aisling Brady caught up with some of the cast and the producer Moya Doherty.

  • Don't Mention the War: Ross Noble as Franz Liebkind

    A Noble Call

    Stand-up comedian Ross Noble is currently playing the role of Franz Liebkind in The Producers, the musical based on Mel Brooks classic film which can be seen at Bord Gáis energy Theatre from July 6 to 11. Paddy Kehoe met the ebullient entertainer.