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The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - GOING OUT | SEVEN DAYS - Tony Clayton-Lea tclay­ton­lea@ir­ish­times.com

FRI­DAY 17 BELFAST

Elvis Costello Solo show by es­timable song­writer and per­former. He’s 60, you know, and shows no signs of slow­ing down. Water­front Hall 8pm £35/£30 water­front.co.uk

DUBLIN

Lady Gaga See Seven Days. 3Arena 8pm 139.05 3Arena.ie

Jools Hol­land with his Rhythm & Blues Orches­tra Big band, swing time, rhythm’n’blues, rock’n’roll and boo­gie-woo­gie from the nice chap off the telly, like. Bord Gáis En­ergy The­atre 7pm 149.50 bor­dgaisen­er­gythe­atre.ie Also Sat, Dublin

Carol Keogh Vastly tal­ented Ir­ish song­writer/per­former launches her de­but solo al­bum, Mon­grel City. See al­bum re­view, page 12. Grand So­cial 8pm 110 the­grand­so­cial.ie

Eric Tay­lor The real deal, says Steve Earle. Which is fine by us. DC Mu­sic Club, 20 Cam­den Row 9pm 115/113 Also Sat, Clare

Cloud Boat London unit fo­cus on elec­tron­ica via early-days groov­ing to metal mu­sic. There isn’t too much of that around th­ese days. Whe­lan’s Up­stairs 8pm 115 whe­lanslive.com

SATUR­DAY 18 BELFAST

Chuck Prophet & the Mis­sion Ex­press Rangy, ragged US song­writer – rec­om­mended. Er­rigle Inn 8pm £14/£12 er­rigle.com

CLARE

Eric Tay­lor See Fri­day, Dublin. The High­way Bar, Crusheen 9.15pm 115 claregigs.com

CORK

Girl Band Vis­ceral thrills? In­tense noise tex­tures? You’re very wel­come. TDC – Triskel Arts Cen­tre 9pm 110/18 triske­larts­cen­tre.ie

Women’s Christ­mas New­bie band (formed by as­so­ciates of Ir­ish bands Jog­ging, Vil­lagers, and No Mon­ster Club) launch de­but al­bum, Too Rich for Our Blood. As part of IndieCork 2014. Crane Lane The­atre 8pm Adm free cranelan­ethe­atre.ie

DUBLIN

Lisa O’Neill Very fine Ir­ish singer-song­writer head­lines an af­ter­noon show here; spe­cial guests in­clude Che­quer­board, and Ain’t Saint John. The Join­ery, Ar­bour Hill 3pm

110/18 the­join­ery.org Jools Hol­land with his Rhythm & Blues Orches­tra See Fri­day, Dublin. Bord Gáis En­ergy The­atre 7pm 149.50 bor­dgaisen­er­gythe­atre.ie

Panama Wed­ding Much­praised New York act over here to make some noise. The Work­man’s Club 9pm 112.50 the­work­man­sclub.com

Shabazz Palaces Hip-hop duo – much ad­mired and re­spected. Twisted Pep­per 8pm 118/116

Mick Flan­nery Cork singer­song­writer gain­ing a higher pro­file as each year passes. Olympia The­atre 8pm 127 olympia.ie

Glass An­i­mals English in­die rock band? Care­ful with the de­scrip­tion of ‘rock’, mind – th­ese are tricky types. Whe­lan’s 8pm 116.50 (sold out) whe­lanslive.com

The Hold Steady See Seven Days. Academy 9pm 127 thea­cade­my­dublin.com

LOUTH

Paddy Casey Ir­ish singer­song­writer plugs his jus­tre­leased ‘Best Of’ al­bum, Song­book. Spirit Store, Dun­dalk 9pm 115 spir­it­store.ie

WATER­FORD

Delta Dogs Driv­ing blues/rock from south­east’s lead­ing power trio. O’Shea’s, Ho­tel Tramore 10.15pm Adm free

SUN­DAY 19 DUBLIN

One Repub­lic High-pow­ered pop/rock from lead singer/ song­writer/key­boardist Ryan Ted­der. Spe­cial guests are Olo, and Kongos. 3Arena 8pm 149.50/144.50 3Arena.ie

MIs­sis­sippi Records on Tour Eric Isaac’s left­field Americana re­turns to Dublin. Ex­pect film and talk pre­sen­ta­tion, as well as mu­sic from Marisa An­der­son, Lori Gold­ston, and Drag­ging an Ox through Wa­ter. Sugar Club 7.30pm 112.50 the­sug­ar­club.com

The Amaz­ing Snake­heads Glaswe­gian band full of grit, vine­gar and the rest. Grand So­cial 8pm 115 the­grand­so­cial.ie

Adam Co­hen See Seven Days. Whe­lan’s 8pm 123 whe­lanslive.com

MON­DAY 20 DUBLIN

Old Crow Medicine Show US roots band blend old­time string mu­sic with con­tem­po­rary swag­ger. Vicar St 7.30pm 129 vi­carstreet.ie Also Tues, Belfast

Peter Brod­er­ick US-born multi-in­stru­men­tal­ist and singer-song­writer. The Work­man’s Club 9pm 118 the­work­man­sclub.com

Ella Eyre See Seven Days. Academy 9pm 119.90 thea­cade­my­dublin.com

TUES­DAY 21 BELFAST

Old Crow Medicine Show See Mon­day, Dublin. Man­dela Hall 8pm £25/£22.50 open­house­fes­ti­val.com

DUBLIN

Soja Wash­ing­ton DC band mix it up with reg­gae, go-go, hard­core, Latin, rock and hip-hop. Academy 9pm 120 thea­cade­my­dublin.com

Ben Ca­plan Cana­dian singer-song­writer who is to folk mu­sic what smoke is to whiskey. Ap­par­ently. Whe­lan’s (Up­stairs) 8pm 118 whe­lanslive.com

WED­NES­DAY 22 DUBLIN

Real Es­tate See Seven Days. Academy 9pm 117 thea­cade­my­dublin.com

Greg Trooper US singer­song­writer, and a man adept at cre­at­ing be­lie­ve­able character stud­ies. DC Mu­sic Club, 20 Cam­den Row 9pm 115/113 Also Thurs, Belfast

THURS­DAY 23 BELFAST

Rainy Boy Sleep North­ern Ire­land Mu­sic Awards Best Solo Act nom­i­nee. Spe­cial guest is singer-song­writer, Chelsey Cham­bers. Black Box 8pm £10 black­box­belfast.com

Greg Trooper See Wed­nes­day, Dublin. Er­rigle Inn 8pm £12 er­rigle.com

CORK

Imelda May Dublin rock­a­billy/pop singer. As part of Guin­ness Cork Jazz Fes­ti­val. Opera House 8pm 140/136 cork­op­er­a­house.ie

East In­dia Youth Bournemouth elec­tronic mu­si­cian (aka Wil­liam Doyle) ac­claimed for his de­but al­bum, To­tal

Strife For­ever. As part of Guin­ness Cork Jazz Fes­ti­val. Cyprus Av­enue 9pm 112.50 cyprusav­enue.ie

DUBLIN

Black Stone Cherry Blue- col­lar bluesy, pedal-to-the- metal rock mu­sic. Academy 9pm 120.40 thea­cade­my­dublin.com

Eag­ulls Leeds band re­turn to Ire­land after their suc­cess at this year’s Lon­gi­tude. Academy 2 9pm 113.50 thea­cade­my­dublin.com

The Staves See Seven Days. Whe­lan’s 8pm 122 whe­lanslive.com

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