Westlife NOW that One Direction are on their extended hiatus, and Boyzone are calling time on their 25-year run, the Irish boyband have seemingly spotted the opportunity to make their much longed-for comeback years after splitting.
Today The Adventures – The Empire, Belfast London Afrobeat Orchestra – London Afrobeat Orchestra perform Talking Heads, The Black Box, Belfast Paul Casey, Paddy Nash & The Happy Enchiladas, Ports, The Inside Out – Homegrown, Millennium Forum, Derry Saturday January 5 The Adventures – The Empire, Belfast King Kong Company – The Black Box, Belfast Mary Coughlan – Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast David Keenan – Duncairn Arts Centre, Belfast The Henry Girls – The Black Box, Belfast (2pm) Wednesday January 9 The 1975, Pale Waves, No Rome – SSE Arena, Belfast Haiku Salut – Haiku Salut score The General, The Black Box, Belfast Thursday January 10 Scott Matthews – The Black Box, Belfast JC Stewart, Travis is a Tourist – McHugh’s, Belfast Friday January 11 Problem Patterns, Reevah, Gemma Bradley, Jess Edlin – Gifted, The Empire, Belfast Mosa, Average Swine, Diamir – Alexander’s, Lisburn Saturday January 12 The Dodge Brothers – The Black Box, Belfast (2pm & 8pm) The Allergies – Oh Yeah, Belfast Monday January 14 Mastodon, Kvelertak, Mutoid Man – The Ulster Hall, Belfast Tuesday January 15 Chris Smither – The Black Box, Belfast Thursday January 17 The Sazeracs – The Black Box, Belfast, 1pm Andy Irvine – The Black Box, Belfast Arborist, Hand Models, Sister Ghost – Doolittle Revisited, Oh Yeah, Belfast Ryan O’Shaughnessy – Market Place Theatre, Armagh Friday January 18 Rudimental – Waterfront Hall, Belfast Electric Octopus, Rab McCullough Blues Band – Voodoo, Belfast The Cinelli Brothers – The Empire, Belfast Saturday January 19 Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats – The Limelight 2, Belfast Bronagh Gallagher – The Black Box, Belfast Twin Bandit, Steph Cameron – McHugh's, Belfast Sunday January 20 Kathryn Joseph, Brona McVittie – The Black Box, Belfast Tuesday January 22 Willy Vlautin – An Evening with Willy Vlautin, Seamus Heaney HomePlace, Bellaghy Wednesday January 23 Boyzone – SSE Arena, Belfast Steeleye Span – The Black Box, Belfast Thursday January 24 Brand New Friend – American Bar, Belfast Jarrod Dickenson – The Empire, Belfast The Friel Sisters – The Black Box, Belfast, 1pm Yorkston Thorne Khan – The Black Box, Belfast Grainne Holland –1st Presbyterian Church, Rosemary St, Belfast .
Who's releasing albums in 2019? Here's a heads-up on some of the albums you should set a calendar reminder for Madonna MADONNA is set to make a comeback at some point this year with her 14th studio album, which will reportedly be inspired by Portuguese fado music.
WELCOME to the first Noise Annoys of 2019 – and what better way to kick off the new year than with words on the imminent new release from an old favourite, Swervedriver, whose timely titled Future Ruins LP is due out at the end of this month.
HAVING proudly represented Belfast through the 1980s pop wars with a string of fine singles including Send My Heart, Feel The Raindrops, Your Greatest Shade of Blue and their top 20 anthem Broken Land – apparently 'the most played song on Radio 1 in 1988' – The Adventures fizzled out in the wake of their fourth album, 1993's Lions and Tigers and Bears.
Mary Poppins Returns Original Soundtrack SET 24 years after the practically perfect nanny left the Banks' lives, this new sequel sees Emily Blunt land via umbrella to help the Banks family in the magical way that only she can.