Advertisement

Scottish singer Isla Grant makes welcome return to Donegal

Isla Grant.

Isla Grant.

SCOTLAND’S popular singer-songwriter Isla Grant makes a welcome return visit to Donegal for the now traditional Irish tour.

Isla is now established in Ireland, Austraila, New Zealand ,the UK, America and Canada as a singer/songwriter of the highest quality.

Advertisement

In the last year she has completed hugely successful tours of New Zealand, Australia, Canada and the UK and once again received a ‘Gold Disc’ for CD sales. Add this to six ‘Platinum Discs’ already received in Ireland and you can see why this ‘Scottish Lass’ is so popular. Her highly entertaining concert show features all her wonderful ‘Hit’ songs.

Isla’s interaction with her audience is second to none and the atmosphere at her ‘Live’ shows is a joy to behold and as always her genial husband Al will make his popular contribution to the show featuring some of the all time Jim Reeves ‘Hit Songs’.

Apart from Al Grant, one of Ireland’s finest musicians,Multi instrumentalist Glen Flynn is an integral part of the Isla Grant sound.

Isla’s new album ‘Songs from the Heart’ will be on sale at all of her concert shows. She plays An Grianan Theatre, Letterkenny, this Tuesday, February 10. Tickets €25 at box office on Tel. 074 9120777 or pay at the door on the night.

For this and extensive arts and entertainment news, don’t miss the Donegal News print edition every Monday and Friday.

  MOURNE Antiques on the Main Street in Letterkenny is celebrating 25 years in business. Owner Frances Spears took...

A 27 year old man faces trial on five sex-linked offences, including the exploitation of a child. A book...

  THE National Ambulance Service is putting “contingency plans” in place to ensure there is no disruption to service...

Top
Advertisement

Donegal News is published by North West of Ireland Printing & Publishing Company Limited, trading as North-West News Group.
Registered in Northern Ireland, No. R0000576. St. Anne's Court, Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland