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Thursday 26 April 2018

Swords musician to headline Bord Na Móna Hearth Session

Swords musician Conor Adams (left) and his band All Tvvins are headlining Bord na Mona hearth sessions. Pictured is Conor with Stephanie Rainey and his bandmate Lar Kaye
Swords musician Conor Adams (left) and his band All Tvvins are headlining Bord na Mona hearth sessions. Pictured is Conor with Stephanie Rainey and his bandmate Lar Kaye

John Manning

Swords musician, Conor Adams and his band All Tvvins have been chosen to headline this year's Bord na Móna Hearth Sessions in Whelans on November 22.

The sessions feature a strong line-up including Little Hours, Stephanie Rainey and Ye Vagabonds.

The three regional Hearth Sessions are set to be much bigger this year and will run alongside a competition for pubs across the country to win one of these great sessions, all they have to do is 'hero their hearth'.

As the clocks go back and the winter nights draw in, there would no better time to be in the cosy confines of your local pub, listening to a wealth of home-grown Irish musical talent in an exclusive intimate gig.

All Tvvins, will headline the first intimate acoustic set on Wednesday 22nd November against the backdrop of an inviting Bord na Móna fire in the Parlour at Whelan's. Their deftly executed take on modern rock and pop has seen them sell-out The Olympia. They will be complimented by Donegal band Little Hours, one of the breakthrough acts of the 2017 Festival circuit.

Cork singer song writer Stephanie Rainey, who's heart-stopping song 'Please Don't Go' catapulted her to worldwide media attention overnight, and the unique blend of harmonic folk music with a traditional Irish influence of Ye Vagabonds complete the stellar line up. This is an invite only event, but some lucky fans will have the chance to win tickets by getting involved through the Bord na Móna Facebook page.

Fingal Independent

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