BRIDGESTONE AWARD "Best in Ireland 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Creating memories and bespoke ceremonies
Folk singer and guitarist, Sean O’Connor, has worked with many of the biggest names in the music business worldwide over the past 35 years, He has toured extensively and recently returned from five years based in Japan where he made regular T.V. and radio appearances, released the album ‘By The Firelight’, and recorded a version of Johnny Duhan’s hit Don’t Give Up Till It’s Over in which Sean sang in both english and Japanese. The proceeds of this single went to The Red Cross Japan to assist the victims of Japan’s Tsunami disaster.
Sean will perform at The Nenagh Arts Centre and will be accompanied by legendary bassist, John Quearney on double bass. Songs include Woodie Guthries’ This Land is Your Land, Deportees, and So Long, It’s Been Good to Know You: bluegrass hits Blue Moon of Kentucky and Rocky Mountain Top; and a host of other American folk classics as sung by Johnny Cash and Tom Paxton among others.
Support on the night: Damien O’Donaghue and Christy Hayes
Please view Sean’s website here
Date: Saturday 13th June
Time: 8 pm