Kesha is clearly having fun. And having been through the mill so publicly who could begrudge her?
Concert promoter Peter Aiken has said is he is unaware that developers plan to begin work on the Live at the Marquee site at the end of next summer, bringing the long-running concert series to an end.
Acts due to perform at the Marquee in the coming weeks include Hall and Oates, Kris Kristofferson, Toto, David Gray, Tommy Tiernan, Bros, Christy Moore and Nathan Carter.
Concert promoter Peter Aiken has issued a fresh warning over the user of secondary ticket websites after saying more than 60 ZZ Top fans with fake tickets were not admitted to their Dublin show last weekend.
Des O’Driscoll takes a look at what’s goes on around the country.
Mrs Brown’s Boys gets a one-off live special tonight at 9.20pm on RTE One.
Live at the Marquee kicked off last night in Cork, so Ellie O’Byrne canvassed some of the regular festival goers to pick a stand-out memory
Gazelle Twin’s live performance in Triskel promises to be one of the compelling events of the film festival, writes Ed Power.
Music fans can expect the Live at the Marquee 2016 line-up to be every bit as impressive as this year’s phenomenal offering, says event promoter Peter Aiken.
Here are five of the best things from the Irish arts scene to do this week.
Nominated for an Oscar earlier this year, Song of the Sea (PG) is a stunning animation from the people who brought us The Book of Kells (2009).
The big film this week is all about a teddy bear but in case you were planning on taking your kids, this one has a foul mouth...
Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson are just two of the contributors to a new album of Paul McCartney covers. Ed Power speaks to the person who put it all together
Take That have teamed up with ELO frontman Jeff Lynne for their new album - their first as a trio since Jason Orange quit.
Celebs cover The Beach Boy classis 'God Only Knows'
Glastonbury Festival could have a Supreme line-up next year as Diana Ross is reportedly in talks to play a headline slot.
Ever since Live at the Marquee was born in Cork in 2005, hundreds of thousands of happy fans have been entertained during this hugely enjoyable event.
For fear we may never see his likes again, should we not seek a sample of Christy Moore’s DNA and put it in a time capsule?
"It’s great to be here — in Scotland."
MUSIC NEWS: Neil Young has already found a replacement bassist for Billy Talbot after the Crazy Horse founding member suffered a "mild stroke".
New album and gigs lined up in Glastonbury, Dublin and Mitchelstown-
Brian Wilson tells Ed Power about the highs and lows of his rock ‘n’ roll past as he works on his autobiography.
IN normal life they would be drawing the pension but a growing band of older musicians are, as Neil (not so) Young, would say, ‘rockin’ in the free world’, shaking it all out on stage.
From vintage family entertainers, to gossamer pop stars via angst-slathered indie rockers, this year’s Live at the Marquee line-up is among the most eclectic yet.
ALL Corkonians are quick to boast Cork is the best place in the world (it really is!).
Adele was among the early winners at the Grammys this morning, picking up best pop solo performance for 'Set Fire to The Rain'.
Kylie Minogue was "emotional" as she picked up an award at the Nordoff Robbins O2 Silver Clef Awards today.
He heard voices, did drugs, and fell apart. Can the Beach Boys’ 50-year reunion tour put Brian Wilson back together again? Andrew Romano reports
The Beach Boys will release a new album on June 5.
The splintered music world truly coalesces only one night each year, the night of the Grammy Awards, and this year was united in the triumph of recovered British soul singer Adele’s trophy haul and the tragedy of Whitney Houston’s death.
It’s almost winter, but get ready for some surf and sun: the Beach Boys are reuniting.
CORK’S Live at the Marquee festival, which kicked off with The Frames on Saturday, is expected to bring a cash boost to the local economy of some €30 million.
Brian Wilson may reunite with The Beach Boys to mark their 50th anniversary.
Brian Wilson plans to retire from touring because of stage fright and hallucinations.
THE ‘Groover from Vancouver’ is coming to Cork.
THE Rocket Man is coming back to Cork.
EDGAR RENTERIA paid tribute to the San Francisco Giants for keeping faith with him after his home run led the franchise to their first World Series title in over half a century on Monday night.
The Green Party in the North is holding its annual conference today.
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Katy Perry is in trouble for using a lyric made famous by The Beach Boys.
The Green Party is to introduce a hunting ban Bill in the Northern Ireland Assembly, it was revealed today.
Plans to build a new nuclear power station at Sellafield were advanced today after a consortium of energy firms bought land earmarked for the development.
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