CEOL | MUSIC
The Henry Girls, Erdini
Leghowney Community Hall Committee
Date: Saturday, October 5
Venue: Leghowney Community Hall, Leghowney, Bearnasmore
Time: 8.00pm • Cost: €20
The Henry Girls are the McLaughlin sisters – Karen, Lorna and Joleen – from Malin, Inishowen. They have performed their wonderful blend of Irish Traditional, Oldtime Country and Jazz, accompanied by stunning vocal harnonies, throughout Ireland, Europe and the US.
They have recorded three very successful albums to date – December Moon (2011), Louder Than Words (2014), Far Beyond The Stars (2017) – in Glasgow and Malin with their regular Scottish producer, Calum Malcolm (The Blue Nile, Orange Juice, Aztec Camera). Recent high profile appearances have included the Galway Arts Festival, Earagail Arts Festival and the London Irish Centre, Camden Town. They play their biggest headline Dublin show in November when they perform at Liberty Hall.
“Blending Irish and American roots styles with the retro sounds of close harmony groups of the 1940s and 50s, The Henry Girls have forged a sound of their own.” – Hotpress.
Erdini are a hugley popular ensemble from South Donegal, specializing in rousing Bluegrass and Oldtime tunes and songs. With brothers Conor and Rory Corbett on guitar and 5-string banjo, Jim Carbin on mandolin, Jamie Carswell on bass and Scott McGettigan on drums.
Tickets for this event are available from Ward’s Music Shop, Donegal Town.
Tel: 074 9721313
For all Festival events, tickets will be available for purchase at the venue on the evening of the performance. To avoid disappointment, however, please plan arrive at the venue at least 20 minutes before the advertised showtime.