THREE of Ireland’s most celebrated female performers, Sharon Shannon, Frances Black and Mary Coughlan, play an evening to remember in the Clanree Hotel on Sunday 13th July at 8pm. All three women collaborated on the history-making Woman’s Heart project and each is a prolific award-winning artist in her own right.
Alongside Donegal’s harmonic trio of sisters, The Henry Girls, Earagail Arts Festival is proud to present a magical evening of shared tradition by some of the finest musicians in Ireland today. Tickets cost €27.50.
Former member of The Waterboys, platinum selling, multi-instrumentalist Sharon Shannon celebrates her 21st year in music this year by releasing her best of collection entitled 21.
Frances Black is one of Ireland’s best loved and most enduring artists, with a string of best-selling albums, awards and accolades behind her.
Mary Coughlan is the only singer these shores have produced, whose voice rivals the greatest of European cabaret and American jazz club blues.
Support comes from one of Ireland’s hottest new folk exports The Henry Girls.
The talented trio are not only respected on the Irish music scene, but in the USA and Europe where they’ve toured with their own brand of roots and traditional tinged Donegal music.
This is an evening not to be missed. For full details on the Earagail Arts programme visit www.eaf.ie. Earagail Arts Festival is funded by The Arts Council of Ireland, Fáilte Ireland and Donegal County Council.
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