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Sharon Shannon, Frances Black and Mary Coughlan – Remaining seats through Box Office only


  • Saturday 12 October 8:00pm

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Tickets €32.50

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Sharon Shannon, Frances Black and Mary Coughlan unite for a unique show bringing together their collective talents. These three artists are some of the most successful female artists Ireland has to offer. They are no strangers to performing together having been an integral part of the successful Woman’s Heart albums and tours. The three performers will perform a set with their own musicians, including many of their greatest hits, and will come together for a rousing concert finale to finish the night.

Needing no introduction in Clare, Sharon Shannon has music at her fingertips….literally! The accordionist  has achieved legendary status throughout the world and is renowned for her collaborations, not just in Irish traditional music, but through all musical genres. She is a former member of seminal Scots-Irish band The Waterboys, and the last few years have included worldwide airplay for Sharon with the song Galway Girl from Hilary Swank’s film, PS I Love You.

When Nanci Griffith called Frances Black “the sweetest voice of Ireland,” she was paying tribute to someone who has been one of Ireland’s best-loved and most enduring artists since the late 80s, with a string of best-selling albums, awards and other accolades behind her.

The extent of Frances’ popularity and talent has been reflected in the awards and accolades that she has received for her albums and live performances. She has twice been the recipient of one of the highest honours in Irish music, the prestigious Irish Recorded Music Association’s Best Irish Female Award, and was also delighted to receive a National Entertainment ”Personality of the Year” award, as it has always been vitally important to her to connect with her audiences during a performance.

Mary Coughlan is the only singer these shores have produced to rival the greatest of European cabaret and American jazz club blues because of one thing: her voice. She is unique in blending the whisky-blurred, smoke-seared, husky notes and laconic wit of Billie Holiday and Peggy Lee and the line of deep, down and dirty blues singers back to Memphis Minnie and Bessie Smith with the sardonic, bitter-sweet defiance and despair of the Piaf chanteuse, born out of war, in the shadow of Brecht, at war with the world, men and finally herself. And Mary Coughlan enfolds it all in a delicious and unapologetic Irish drawl, sceptical, rueful, mournful and melting, ardent for love, all in one voice.