Just one year ago this week, The Chapel Sessions welcomed its first audience to St George’s Church, Carrick-on-Shannon for an evening with singing sensation Declan O’Rourke. The response to the initiative was immense and music lovers from near and far flocked to hear the sultry voiced sounds of the much loved Irish singing star.
The ornate and intimate venue was received with much acclaim also and the success of the event bears as much to the musical talents on offer as to the provision of the beautiful venue.
Rapidly gaining appreciation, The Chapel Sessions has now found its way onto the National Tour circuit and was recently announced as a date on the upcoming European Tour of Bell X1.
A night with Bell X1 is just one great date at The Chapel Sessions this Winter season, with proceedings kicking off on Saturday October 6 next with the much popular Mundy taking to the stage.
Best known for his anthems from his double platinum selling ‘24 Star Hotel’ including ‘July’ and ‘Mexico’, and most recently for his version of Steve Earle’s Galway Girl with accordionist Sharon Shannon, Mundy has a strong loyal following which covers the length and breath of the country.
The season of acoustic performances continues at The Chapel Sessions with Bell X1 on Nov 8. The gig was sold out within two hours of tickets going on sale and Brian Kennedy will set the scene on December 22 for what promises to be an amazing gig.
Tickets for Mundy are now on sale at The Reading Room, Bridge Street, Carrick-on-Shannon, tel: Contact (071) 96 771 580 as early purchase is recommended to avoid disappointment.
Email email@example.com or log onto www.facebook.com/thechapelsessions for more details.
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