August 3rd Irish The Irish Rock ‘N’ Roll Museum Experience added a donation of memorabilia from the Family of Rory Gallagher to Apollo Studios. This donation is part of a long term goal to build musical bridges between Dublin and Ballyshannon. The two donations were brought by Eoin Gallagher, Nephew of Rory Gallagher and are […]
A Donation For All Our Beatles Fans The Museum is delighted to announce that we’re launching an exhibition of Beatles Memorabilia donated by arguably Ireland’s Biggest Beatles Fan Terri-Colman Black. Part of the donation is Terri’s ticket and the booklet from that very gig! The Beatles played in Ireland one one occcasion, twice in The
The Rory Gallagher International Festival is back for a very special year, what with it being Rory’s 70th Birthday this year. It’s taking place from the 31st May to the 3rd June and this year it has a cracking line up for fans of the blues and rock n roll legend.
Record Store Day Releases 2018 Our Picks. We’re big fans of vinyl here at the Museum, not that we really need to tell you, you can see that from our vinyl collection below, which is actually the largest on display record collection in Ireland. You can also see us wax lyrical about how we think
Irish Rock N Roll Museum Fans Favourite Lyric Did you know that on this day in 2006 VH1 declared U2’s lyric “One life, with each other, sisters, brothers” the UK’s favourite Lyric above The Smiths, Bob Marley, Nirvana, and Coldplay. For an Irish band to top their charts that is pretty impressive. Now we’re clearly
NEW DONATION: Limited Edition 12” of U2’s first single; 3. Just in time for St Patrick’s Weekend we’re adding a new donation to the Irish Rock N Roll Museum into our U2 Room. The new addition is a particularly unique copy of U2’s first single “3”. How Andrew Got His Copy “Back in 1979, I
For Temple Bar TradFest 2018, we’re converting our usual rock ‘n’ roll tour into a Traditionally Irish Music themed tour. We’ll be talking about the Traditional music each of our rock stars drew their inspiration from, we have some traditional memorabilia from some of the most renowned traditional musicians.
We’re big fans of traditional Irish music and fusion rock here at the Irish Rock n Roll Museum, for our Irish rock roots began on the trad scene.
This is going to be a little blog telling you the musical connections between Queens Of The Stone age and Ireland and there’s a lot more than you’ll think.
You might wonder why is the Irish Rock ‘n’ Roll Museum Experience’s blog but we’re all football fans here and the matches got us thinking what Rock songs epitomise the build up to any great sporting event.