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Following a sell out show at Roscommon Arts Centre in 2018 and the recent release of her new album ‘Sacred Earth’, Sharon Shannon makes a welcome return to the Arts Centre stage on Saturday, February 16 at 8pm.
Sharon Mannion returns to her Roscommon roots with a hilarious one-woman show this March 29 and 30.
Sharon Shannon, Mundy, WeBanjo3,and Amazing Apples to take part in Saturday’s recording of Galway Girl
Sharon Shannon, Mundy, WeBanjo3,and Amazing Apples will all be taking part in the world’s biggest performance of Steve Earle’s iconic song, Galway Girl, on the streets of Galway this weekend.
DERMOT BYRNE, one of Ireland’s finest trad accordion players, will be joined by Australian Steve Cooney on guitar and Tyrone's Trevor Hutchinson on bass, for a night of Irish trad at Monroe’s Backstage Bar on Friday October 30.
Sharon Shannon will perform at the Lough Rea Hotel and Spa on Friday October 16.
THREE OF the best trad fiddlers in the country - Cathal Hayden, Dezi Donnelly, and Tóla Custy - have joined forces to become Blazing Bows.
Experience a one-off intimate musical experience with Sharon Shannon who has won the hearts, minds and souls of people all over the world. She will be performing live in Áras Inis Gluaire, Belmullet on Saturday, November 17. Her live and recorded collaborations are the stuff of legends. Sharon will perform music from her back catalogue and as well as adaptations of scores from her new album Flying Circus recorded with the RTE Concert Orchestra.
FOR YEARS she has entertained and impressed audiences with big band, her four piece group, and orchestra, but now Sharon Shannon is going ‘back to basics’.
LIMERICK FOLK-rock band Hermitage Green are heading to Galway to play Monroe’s Backstage Bar on Thursday October 11 at 10pm.
Legendary Irish musician Sharon Shannon is renowned for embracing all musical genres and collaborating with many different artists including U2, Sinead O Connor, Willie Nelson, Steve Earle, Jackson Browne, Nigel Kennedy, and Christy Moore. She is coming back to Castlebar to the Royal Theatre, on December 27 for a special post-Christmas show.