Earlier this year all four of the Woman’s Heart 20th Anniversary Concerts at The Olympia Theatre were performed to sold out audiences. If you missed the shows or would like to see them again you’re in luck. The Woman’s Heart 20th Anniversary Concerts are returning to The Olympia for five nights from 29 August – 2 September. Tickets are now available through Ticketmaster ie.
The Woman’s Heart 20th Anniversary Concert is the subject of a documentary by Kiara Murphy. The documentary will air tonight, 28 April, on RTE Radio 1 at 6pm. The documentary is also available as a podcast on the RTE Radio 1 website. Kiara, her friends, and family attended one of the concerts to present Eleanor and the other women in the show a cake with thanks for the songs they have loved for years – songs they have passed on to their daughters.
MOSCODISC is pleased to announce the Monday 23rd January 2012 UK release of Eleanor’s new single Harbour, originally featured on Eleanor’s 2010 album I’d Rather Go Blonde. Eleanor will embark on a series of UK concerts in January, including the Song For Ireland at Celtic ConnectionsFestival, Glasgow.
Details of the new release are available on the official UK Harbour single press page.
I really enjoyed doing the Weekend Wogan Show – it was a joy from start to finish. Was bowled over by the lovely warm reception from Terry himself and am really excited from the reaction to the show, the tweets and messages are still flowing in. You can listen to the both the interview and session on the Weekend Wogan Website.
Eleanor is pleased to announce that she will be appearing on Sir Terry Wogan’s radio show, Weekend Wogan, this coming Sunday, 4 December. The show broadcasts on BBC Radio 2 and airs from 1100-1300. Eleanor will be performing live in the studio.
Alone is now on sale at Amazon UK
Purchase the album here: ALONE
Alone is already receiving glowing reviews:
‘Alone’ a twelve track journey through the art, emotions and mind of this luxuriantly talented artist. If you think there’s a better song than “You’ll hear better songs (than this)” released this year, then you have cloth ears. Her vocals, with that distinctive Dublin burr of hers, are heart-breakingly inspiring, and a counterpoint to the simplicity and accessibility of songs. The combination is an outstandingly listenable mixture that is both instantaneously likeable and insistent enough to be memorable. Liking McEvoy’s work is easy, because it’s beautiful. Rock Rebels