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Wednesday 16 April 2014

Sinead hits the high notes for charity album

Sinead O'Connor singing in St Ann's Church on Dublin's Dawson Street

AN angelic-voiced Sinead O'Connor donned her clerical garb as she heralded the arrival of 'A Murray Christmas'.

She headlined a sold-out concert at St Ann's Church on Dublin's Dawson Street which was held to raise money for the mental health charity Aware.

The concert was hosted by RTE broadcaster John Murray and also featured performances by John Spillane, Luan Parle, Wallis Bird and Michael O Muircheartaigh.

The event was recorded last night and will be aired on RTE Radio 1 on December 19 from 9am.

Speaking about the concert, Mr Murray said: "All the proceeds go towards Aware, which does such great work for people with depression. This time of year can be particularly difficult for people to be part of the festive season and all the celebrations."

The album, 'A Murray Christmas', is available nationwide.

Irish Independent

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