Liebe Grüße an meine Deutschen follower! Ich freue mich riesig auf meine Deutschlandtournee, die 15 Oktober startet. Die termine stehen auf meiner webseite.

Saturday 15th Oct Konzertdiele, Elsfleth

Sunday 16th Oct Notenschlussel, Leverkusen

Wednesday 19th Oct Casa Cara, Gefrees

Thursday 20th Oct Gasthaus Engle, Bartenbach

Friday 21st Oct Gasthaus Hirsch, Metzingen

Saturday 22 Oct Forderverein Kultur, Karlsruhe

Sunday 23rd Oct Alte Seegrasspinnereio, Nurtingen

Tuesday 25th Oct Kofferfabrik, Furth

Wednesday 26th Oct Zum Frohlichen Nix, Blaubeuren

Friday 28th Oct Stadt, Baiersdorf

Saturday 29th Oct “Singers and Players Club” Oldenburg


Exhibition: ‘Gimme Some Wine’  23 paintings by Chris Gollon in response to Eleanor McEvoy’s song
To coincide with Eleanor’s new album ‘Gimme Some Wine’, IAP Fine Art has curated a new online exhibition. It comprises 23 paintings by Chris Gollon that were a response to the song ‘Gimme Some Wine’, which Eleanor had dedicated Chris, having taken inspiration from one of his paintings. The paintings––some of which also feature on the album sleeve–– are the climax of a two-year period of artistic boundary crossing between singer-songwriter Eleanor McEvoy and British painter Chris Gollon (1953 – 2017), which is now the subject of an award-winning short documentary. From 2015 – 2017, a very creative to-and-fro of images and lyrics took place, since they literally spoke to each other through their work, each taking the other’s art form to somewhere new. A new ISBN-numbered fine art catalogue accompanies the exhibition with texts by Eleanor McEvoy, curator Wilfrid Wright and art historian Mary Rose Beaumont. To view the exhibition: Gimme Some Wine.


One of the most enjoyable projects I’ve ever worked on ⚡️”Better Normal’ ✨ is now available for global streaming FOR ONE MONTH ONLY. Price is €15. Invite some friends around, pour a glass of something nice & embrace a #BetterNormal


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Supported by the LPSS


I’m delighted to announce a new project “BETTER NORMAL,”a concept concert based around Skiffle Music. It was filmed in the O’Reilly Theatre, Dublin on the 14 & 15th of August and will begin streaming internationally from 27 August.

BETTER NORMAL is an upbeat uptempo skiffle show to warm the heart & lift the spirits. The show has a 5 piece band, 3 piece ‘New Orleans’ style brass ensemble & 10 piece gospel choir and will celebrate the dawning of our post pandemic life-not back to normal, but instead creating a Better Normal.

Better Normal was made possible by #LPSS. #riverdream #Pauline Scanlon #Jess Kavanagh #skiffle #BetterNormal ⚡️✨

GIMME SOME WINE: The Story of a Song

The award-winning short documentary ‘GIMME SOME WINE: The Story of a Song’ is being shown this weekend at a London film festival where it won ‘Best Documentary’, and you can buy tickets to see it here: With a contribution from Lloyd Cole, and interviews with Eleanor McEvoy, it tells the story of Eleanor’s two-year experiment in artistic boundary crossing with British painter Chris Gollon, which lead to a beautiful new song and 23 new paintings. ‘Gimme Some Wine’ is the title track and latest single released from the forthcoming new album.

Gimme Some Wine available here


My new single “Almost Beautiful” is out today, 12 March, 2021. In celebration of the release, I did a socially distanced photo shoot of statues in Dublin City Center. The wonderful photos were taken by Scott Hayes and are the perfect accompaniment to the song. “Almost Beautiful” is available on all digital platforms here. I’ll be bringing out my album as soon as I’m back on the road. Here’s hoping that won’t be too long.

Almost Beautiful-YouTube


Hi all, Here is my BRAND NEW SONG, it’s called “SCARLET ANGELS”An homage to the healing power of friends and music .Many people believe in beings that guide us from above, but I have found that most times in life, it’s the incredible friends and good souls that mind us here on earth that make a difference. I wrote this song just after the “Woman’s Heart Orchestrated” concerts in the National Concert Hall in Dublin and the National Opera House in Wexford with Maura O’Connell, Wallis Bird and the RTE Concert Orchestra. The concerts were amazing. We wore red on stage and raised the roof, a thousand voices sang along. It was a joy . Out on Friday 13th November. SCARLET ANGELS