Eleanor McEvoy Announces her 2010 Australian Tour!
2010 AUSTRALIAN TOUR ANNOUNCEMENT!!
Touring down under: Eleanor McEvoy announces Australian Tour to proceed in February and March of 2010. Which includes over 14 shows across Australia.
Eleanor McEvoy’s music has appeared in the US Top 10 Billboard Charts (‘Precious little’) and US television network ‘ABC’s popular series Clueless’ (‘A Glass Unkissed’), McEvoy also sang Bill Whelan’s song ‘The Seabird’ in Some Mother’s Son starring Helen Mirren, written by Jim Sheridan and Terry George. Her song ‘Whisper a Prayer to the Moon’ features in ‘The Nephew’ starring Pierce Brosnan. The cult HBO series ‘Six Feet Under’ featured the song ‘All I Have’ written by Caroline Lavelle and McEvoy. All of the above mark Eleanor as a globally acclaimed and much celebrated songwriter and composer, whereas in her homeland of Ireland; Eleanor is well known as the writer behind ‘A woman’s heart’, the lead track taken from the same titled album that went on to be one ‘the biggest selling Irish albums of all time’. *In the same week that A Woman’s Heart was released, Tom Zutaut A & R from Geffen Records, who had previously signed Guns & Roses, Motley Crew, and Edie Brickell, offered McEvoy a worldwide recording deal after watching her perform at The Baggot Inn in Dublin.
Eleanor- a northsider from Ireland’s capital- originates from a religion-bound, pre Celtic Tiger Dublin. Escaping the norms of her environment through music, McEvoy started out playing piano at the age of 4, at the age of 8 progressed to violin and then guitar. (She now plays a broad range of Instruments, including percussion). She also studied classical and contemporary music in Trinity College (Dublin) graduating with an Honors Degree in music before embarking on her signature songwriting and musical career that hails her as one of ‘Irelands finest and best known Female acts’. She currently rests with ease alongside her Fender guitar and is one of Irelands most distinguished and well-respected Irish artists and international performers.
FEBRUARY – MARCH 2010 – AUSTRALIA
Friday 26th February Nannup Folk Festival, Western Australia
Saturday 27th February Nannup Folk Festival, Western Australia
Sunday 28th February Nannup Folk Festival, Western Australia
Wednesday 3rd March Kulcha Fremantle, Western Australia
Friday 5th March Port Fairy Folk Festival, Victoria, Australia
Saturday 6th March Port Fairy Folk Festival, Victoria, Australia
Sunday 7th March Port Fairy Folk Festival, Victoria, Australia
Wednesday 10th March Clifton Hill Hotel, Melbourne, Austrailia
Friday 12th March Blue Mountains Folk Festival, Katoomba, NSW
Saturday 13th March Blue Mountains Folk Festival, Katoomba, NSW
Sunday 14th March Blue Mountains Folk Festival, Katoomba, NSW
Tuesday 16th March The Basement Circular Quay, Sydney
(Double header with Kim Ritchy)
Friday 19th March Illawarra Folk Club Wollongong, NSW
Saturday 20th March Harp Hotel Tempe, NSW
Sunday 21th March St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Sydney, NSW