No Stairway for Zeppelin tribute at Róisín Dubh


From this week's Galway City Tribune

From this week's Galway City Tribune

No Stairway for Zeppelin tribute at Róisín Dubh No Stairway for Zeppelin tribute at Róisín Dubh

Some of the greatest hard rock and blues ever recorded will be heard at the Róisín Dubh this Saturday, May 27, when No Stairway, Ireland’s leading Led Zeppelin tribute band, play two shows at the city’s Dominick Street venue.

There’s an ‘All Ages’ show at 4pm and an evening show at 8pm.

Based in Galway and made up of four of the city’s finest musicians, No Stairway have a passion for this music and recreate Zeppelin’s live presence and studio albums as faithfully as possible.

Vocalist Steven Sharpe is a devotee of Robert Plant, describing the singer as his “spirit animal”. His vocal range can pay homage to Plant’s high notes, passion, sensitivity and swagger.

Guitarist Ronan O’Malley who takes on Jimmy Page’s role, is versatile and gifted and capable of delivering monumental riffs. Shane O’Malley (bass/keys) in the multitasking role of John Paul Jones, is at the heart of the group, keeping things tight and grounded.

Drummer John Tierney, who will be performing in John Bonham percussive style, is the founder of the Rhythm Drum School and has worked as a drummer for 30 years.

The band was founded in 2013 and has been winning fans countrywide since.

This Saturday’s ‘All Ages’ show is from 4-5pm (doors 3.30pm) and the evening show is at 8pm.

A family ticket is €30 while under-18s can use the code UNDER18 for €6 tickets. Single tickets are available at

More like this:

Sign Up To get Weekly Sports UPDATES

Go Up