Sinead O’Connor has cancelled all the dates on her 2012 comeback tour and announced that she is leaving the music business. She suffers from Bipolar disorder and has taken the decision after advice from doctors. Her latest album, How About I Be Me (And You Be You)?, was released last month and was well received… Continue reading Sinead O’Connor quits the music business
Music fans who will be in Ireland in early Autumn might want to visit Co. Meath, where the Spirit of Folk Festival 2012 is being held at Dunderry Park on 21st-23rd September. The Spirit of Folk Festival is a unique event. You can see some of the best Folk, Trad and Bluegrass artists from Ireland… Continue reading Spirit of Folk Festival September 2012
Sinead O’Connor has published an open letter to the family of murdered American teenager, Trayvon Martin. Martin, a black 17-year-old, was killed on 26th February this year. He was walking home from a convenience store when he was shot by neighbourhood watch volunteer, George Zimmerman.
Irish singer Sinead O’Connor has revealed that she has joined a dating agency following the break-up of her marriage. O’Connor, who had a number one hit with the Prince song, Nothing Compares 2 U, separate from her America husband Barry Herridge in December. The couple had only been married for two weeks.
The Dubliners have been honoured with the BBC Lifetime Achievement Award at the Radio 2 Folk Awards at Salford in England. The award was in recognition of the band’s outstanding contribution to music. The Dubliners first formed in 1962 and this year celebrate their 50th anniversary. The award was presented by their long time friend,… Continue reading In recognition of outstanding contribution to music