Scottish songstress, Eddi Reader makes a welcome return to the Town Hall Theatre. She will be joined by her regular band members, John Douglas (guitar & vocals), Boo Hewerdine (guitar & vocals), Alan Kelly (piano accordion) and Kevin McGuire (double bass & vocals).
“Eddi Reader is one of my favourite singers of all time” Jools Holland
With her captivating and powerful performance, Eddi Reader has effortlessly developed into one of popular music’s most thrilling and affecting performers. What sets Eddi apart is the depth and quality of the emotional performance and ability not only to move the listener, but also to connect her experience to that of her audience. Having first hit the limelight in the 1980s with the group Fairground Attraction (who enjoyed huge chart success with their debut No.1 single Perfect and album First of a Million Kisses), Eddi went on to collaborate on many celebrated projects throughout the years, famously harmonizing with Annie Lennox while touring with the Eurythmics and paying her punk dues with a successful stint in the group Gang of Four. However it has been Eddi’s subsequent solo albums that have cemented her image as a powerful figure in British music.
Eddi Reader's brand new studio album ‘Cavalier’ will be released worldwide on 28th September 2018 by Reveal Records. Featuring sixteen songs including recently performed live favourites Wonderful, My Favourite Dress, Starlight, Meg O’ The Glen and Maiden’s Lament the new album was recorded and produced in Glasgow, Scotland by Eddi Reader and John Douglas.
Tues 19 Feb at 8pm
Cavalier is a new creative peak in an already prestigious career, just under an hour of new music, incorporating both contemporary and traditional songs.
A number of outstanding winners from Feis Ceoil 2019 will be selected to perform at this Gala Showcase which will round off the 2019 Festiva...
National Concert Hall, Dublin 2
Don't miss the regular Traditional Irish Music session every Tuesday at O'Donovan's Hotel.. 9.30pm and no cover charge
O'Donovan's Hotel, Clonakility