Simon Casey to launch CD at Samaritan concert

The Samaritans 23rd annual Christmas festival concert will be held in the Franciscan Friary Church, Athlone on Thursday December 11 at 8pm.

It will feature the Army Band, conductor Coy Sgt Terry Donovan popular Midlands based-baritone Simon Casey, Moate Community School Choir, Athlone Pipe Band, and the compere on the night will be RTÉ’s Cathal Murray.

The soloist on the night will be baritone Simon Casey, who was very well received when he last appeared at the Samaritan Concert five years ago. He is a professional musician who will launch his new album On Song as part of the Samaritan Christmas Concert 2014.

He has released a string of singles over the past few years, but this will be his first album release since 2007. It is a 15-track album, full of big ballads, show-stopping musical hits, rock anthems, and choral classics. Simon is confident that people will feel uplifted listening to the album.

There is a great vocal treat in store for all who attend the concert.

Tickets cost €12 and are available at the Franciscan Friary, Castle Gift Shop, Midland Sound Equipment, and Cunningham Chemists.

The Samaritans offer completely confidential, non-judgemental emotional support 24 hours a day, by phone, email, and personal contact. Samaritans want a society where fewer people end their own lives by suicide and where people are able to talk openly about their feelings and respect the feeling of others. The reality is that everyone gets low periods or reaches a crisis from time to time. This is part of life but it can be very hard to cope at such times.

The Samaritans offer people the time and space to organise their thoughts and generate positive options for moving through such a difficult period. They are there for anyone experiencing distress, isolation, despair, loneliness, bereavement, job loss, exam stress, financial worries, family problems, or simply a feeling of being unable to go on - whatever they are dealing with - they don’t have to deal with it alone. No matter what the problem is, the Samaritans are available to offer support at any hour, day or night. The Samaritans are available on Freecall 116 123, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year or you can contact them at [email protected].


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