The Irish are huge fans of music. They not only love to listen to music, but they also like playing music.
Strawberry Alarm Clock hosts Jim-Jim and Nobby have declared that Lady Gaga’s hit ‘Rain On Me’ is banned from FM104 until the weather cleared up a little.
The Irish certainly love their music, which is exactly why - despite being such a small nation - we’ve seen countless talent emerge from these shores and enter the big wide world of the music business, and succeed at it too.
Radio Nova has launched Year 2 of its ‘Nova Discovered’ initiative, an annual on-air drive to find, nurture and promote new, unsigned, Irish talent.
Hozier will be joined by Walking On Cars, Keywest, Wyvern Lingo, Chasing Abbey, Wild Youth and Brave Giant to perform live at this year's 2FM Xmas Ball.
RTÉ 2FM's Story of Hip Hop, a big hit at least year's Electric Picnic with more than 14,000 people watching, is returning this year.
Streaming and downloading of videos will begin to count towards Ireland’s official singles countdown starting in July.
RTÉ 2fm announced today that it will host a 2fm Rising stage at this year’s Body&Soul Festival.
Radio Nova and MINI Ireland are going in search of unsigned musical talent with a prize package of €30,000 on offer.
RTÉ Radio 1 has announced that it will host the inaugural RTÉ Radio 1 Folk Awards at Vicar Street on October 25th this year, with the event being broadcast live on RTÉ Radio 1 on the night.
PJ Gallagher and Jim McCabe on Classic Hits 4FM asked their breakfast show listeners to vote for their favourite Irish song of all time.
Beat 102-103 is ramping up its support of Irish Music by partnering with the Irish Songwriter's Association for #PLAYIRISH.
RTÉ 2FM is adding its first ever contemporary Irish-language song to its playlist this week.
Radio Nova is inviting listeners to a pre-release listening party of U2's new album at a secret location in Dublin.
The Joshua Tree - New Roots became the biggest selling album in Ireland last week outselling Niall Horan.
The Script to headline this year’s Xmas Ball for 2FM.
Midwest Radio's Night With The Stars concert returns for 2016 at the Royal Theatre in Castlebar.
Classic Hits 4FM are counting down the Top 50 Classic Love songs off all time on bank holiday Monday October 26th from 2 to 7 pm.
National station Today FM are giving away a luxury weekend for two in the Radisson Blu Hotel Galway.
Alternative music station 105.2 TXFM have a special prize up for grabs in the Alternative Rugby World Cup!
RTÉ 2fm has nominated Mullingar four-piece The Academic to represent Ireland at Europe’s largest music industry event, the Eurosonic Festival in The Netherlands.
98FM in Dublin is the first radio station in Ireland to air the world famous INTROS service from On The Sly Audio Production in London.
Classic Hits 4fm are celebrating the 80s through the August bank holiday, with 8 days focuses on the sound of the decade. The station are remembering "the decade that brought us The A-TEAM, McGyver, Ferris Bueller, Top Gun, Cheers, ALF,!-->…
Dublin's FM104 are giving away a massive prize to one lucky music fan this week in their "Golden Ticket" competition this week.
Dublin local station FM104 have denied a claim by model Nadia Forde that the station don't play her songs because her ex-boyfriend Mark Noble still works at the station.
Spin 1038 have revealed the "Big Secret" which they have been teasing recently - a brand new custom-built studio for live performances called "THE LIVE ROOM".
An amateur singer and barman from Cork has been snapped up by a recording studio after they heard him on local station C103.
Regional youth station iRadio are heading to well-known Co. Monaghan venue "Vanity" for a huge listener party to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
RTÉ lyric fm's Aedín Gormley - presenter of the station's "Movies and Musicals" programme - is to interview film legend Julie Andrews as part of the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival.
The MÓRglór Award 2015 for Outstanding Contribution to Traditional Music in County Clare will be awarded to Eoin O'Neill of Clare FM.