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Tuam’s music journeys are alive, online and kicking!

Wednesday, 9th September, 2020 10:53am

Story by Siobhan Holliman
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Tuam’s music journeys are alive, online and kicking!

Photo: Ray Ryan

Tuam’s music journeys are alive, online and kicking!

Photo: Ray Ryan

A NEW online portal for sharing old and new music from Tuam has been launched that aims to be a resource and a platform for music-makers past and present from the town.

The website, iTuam, has gone live in recent weeks and already has an interesting collection of photographs, audio and video footage of songs and music written and performed by people from Tuam or in the town.

The online living archive was the idea of singer-songwriter Padraig Stevens and the Creative Places arts initiative that’s currently running in the town.

Read the full story in this week's edition of The Tuam Herald, on sale in shops and online www.tuamherald.ie

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