Keith voices thanks at St Anne's Contestant visits local school
Published 14/03/2013 | 05:26
Charleville singer Keith Hanley who is still in the running in RTE Television's, The Voice' competition was a welcome visitor to St. Anne's National School in the town on last Monday afternoon.
Keith, who was accompanied by guitarist Clodagh O'Grady got an ear splitting reception from the girls in the classroom. The pair was welcomed by school Principal, Ms Maura Mulcahy and she had a special word of welcome for Clodagh who was returning to her old school.
Keith thanked all the girls for their support and asked them to keep it as he was now preparing for the live shows, which start on March 17. He answered questions regarding his television appearances and his association with his mentor, Jamelia, whom he said, was a fantastic person and he was delighted be on her team of singers.
He sang a number of songs for the girls including 'Stay' and 'I Follow Rivers,' 'Halo' 'Don't Believe You,' accompanied by Clodagh. The pair also visited classes at St. Mary's School to thanked the students there for their support of his performances on 'The Voice.'