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Irish Voice Entertainment
O’Reilly’s Story Without the Spin
Irish American Fox News star Bill O’Reilly’s opinions often divide the American public, but no one can deny he’s captured our attention. This year he signed a multi-million dollar contract with Fox to bring his cable news program The O’Reilly Factor
Making a Big Song and Dance
THE Irish don’t often write musicals, which is a wonder when you consider how important music is to the culture, and considering how much songwriting talent the country has produced over the years.
The Greatest of All Time
ROLLING Stone magazine has just come out with an interesting list of the 100 greatest singers of all time, and the Irish are all over it!
Concert Highlights for the Holidays
THE economic experts seem to be having trouble deciding whether or not we are officially in a recession for some reason, but you can be sure that a whole lot of big ticket items will not purchased this holiday season because everyone’s spending power
West Loves Bono
KANYE West thinks he’s God’s gift to music, but there was a time, albeit brief, when he got plenty of stick for being a sore loser.
Hard to Replace Heath
COLIN Farrell was a good friend of the late Heath Ledger, and he recently told Fox News.com that taking the decision to finish Ledger’s role in his unfinished final film The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus wasn’t an easy one.
Hilfiger for Ireland
STYLE maven Tommy Hilfiger makes a visit to Ireland this week to receive an honorary award from Trinity College, and more importantly, at least for his company’s bottom line, he’ll open up a new Tommy flagship store on Grafton Street in Dublin.
Docs on Top
AFTER a gap of 17 years, the Saw Doctors are back on top of the Irish music charts with their rollicking version of the Sugababes hit, “About You Now,” which beat off international artists such as Pink and Kings of Leon to make it to number one in th
THERE was a seismic shift for subscribers of satellite radio last week as the impact of the Sirius/XM merger played out in the programming that goes over the airwaves.
Joe Madden Passes
IN the professional music business the saying is that the show must go on, but for the Cherish the Ladies ensemble, and particularly its leader Joanie Madden, the December Christmas tour will be that much harder to perform.
Irish Teachers to Meet
SINCE 1976 the American Irish Teachers Association (AITA) of New York have been hosting a conference in New York City where presenters are invited to shed light and knowledge on aspects of Irish history, literature, music, art and culture for an audi
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