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Wednesday 22 November 2017

A Night of Song from DANI and Sive at Oriel Centre

To add to the roll call of outstanding artists who have performed at the Oriel Centre at Dundalk Gaol, two very gifted musicians DANI and Sive present a Night of Song on Saturday at 8.30pm.

This promises to be an unmissable night of blues, trad and folk showcasing the talents of two of Ireland's new rising musical greats and is not to be missed.

Armagh musician DANI is a singer, songwriter and guitarist who generated a new army of fans at the Oriel Centre when she recently supported Mary Coughlan there. Her sound is inspired by the Irish traditional melodies and show bands she was raised with. DANI spent 2016 facilitating music workshops and performing in Europe and the Middle East. This year she took up a residency with the British Council in Indonesia working with Kunokini.

Sive is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Kildare whose albums 'We Are Moving' and 'The Roaring Girl' have been critically acclaimed. She has toured extensively in Ireland, the UK, Europe and New Zealand, sharing stages with the likes of Kila, John Spillane, Gemma Hayes and Mick Flannery. She also has numerous tv appearances to her credit.

For tickets contact the Oriel Centre, Dundalk Gaol, on 042 9328887, www.orielcentre.ie or facebook.com/Shenanigansdundalk

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