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Tonight: Raw Sessions acts prepare for final

Catch the penultimate episode of the Sony Ericsson Raw Sessions tonight at 11.40pm.

The Hot Press Newsdesk, 23 Jun 2009



Tonight’s episode will follow Majella Murphy and the Infomatics’ three-day stay in the Grouse Lodge recording studios as they perfect their tracks with music producers Lance Hogan and Michael Keeney, plus producer duo Arveene & Misk.

Check it out tonight on RTÉ Two at 11.40pm.

The final show will be recorded this Friday (June 26) in The Button Factory as either Dirty Epics, The Infomatics, Majella Murphy or R.S.A.G. will be named as Sony Ericsson Artist of the Year.

Tickets for the final are available now from ticketmaster.ie.


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