Songstress McEvoy to perform at Flowerfield

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Irish songstress Eleanor McEvoy is on her way to Flowerfield.

Eleanor McEvoy achieved star status in Ireland in 1992 when her song “A Woman’s Heart” inspired the title for, and appeared on, the A Woman’s Heart anthology album.

A Woman’s Heart has since gone on to become the best-selling album in Irish history.

Since then, Eleanor has gone on to become an artist and performer known throughout the world. Her critically acclaimed canon of work spans eleven albums, forty singles, and appearances on numerous compilation albums.

She is today recognized as Ireland’s most successful female singer-songwriter, having enjoyed personal chart success and numerous cover versions of her songs by performers Emmylou Harris, Mary Black, Phil Coulter, Mary Coughlan, Bella Hardy, Eliza Carthy and Jack L, among others.

Her song “All I Have” was featured in the HBO cult series “Six Feet Under.”

Eleanor will be performing at Flowerfield on Thursday, October 29 at 8pm.

Tickets, priced at £15, are on sale now from the venue by calling 7083 1400.