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Diarmuid O'Leary and The Bards to perform in Lincolnshire

By AlexColman  |  Posted: October 15, 2012

Top Irish folk artist, Diarmuind O'Leary.

Top Irish folk artist, Diarmuind O'Leary.

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Top folk artists, Diarmuid O'Leary and The Bards will be performing in Lincolnshire on October 20.

Ireland's leading entertainers are embarking on a tour, promising two hours of music, song and humour which will stop off in the county.

The group will perform at St. Norbert's Community Hall in Spalding on October 20.

Their first recording success came with a number one hit single “Julia steppin’ it out at Lanigan’s Ball”- a comedy song, which became a classic and one of the biggest selling records in Ireland, earning them a Gold Disc Award.

As well as their comedy hits, The Bards have also had significant success with their recordings of classic ballads and contemporary songs, such as “The Railway Hotel”, “Shaney Boy”, “Song for Ireland” and “Isle of Innisfree”.

Two new singles have been released alongside the live shows, 'Breaking the Line' and 'The Cover of Ireland's Own'.

Not only popular in Ireland, the artists are widely played across America, Canada and Australis, as well as the UK.

For ticket enquiries contact 01775 722056.

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  • peeunit  |  March 11 2013, 11:25AM

    @Newsreaderjoy: My whole comment was tongue in cheek. I dont know any proper folk bands...... because I'm a normal person

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  • newsreaderjoy  |  March 09 2013, 12:38PM

    How on earth is Taylor swift folk music ? it's the exact same drivel that everyone else in the charts comes up with.

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  • peeunit  |  October 16 2012, 12:43PM

    I'm glad they'll be playing at St Norberts hall, I really like that venue. Hopefully people like Taylor Swift are bringing folk music into the 21st Century. Should be a good gig.

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