Since releasing her debut album last summer, Rooskey singer Eimear Reynolds has been busy performing and promoting the album around the country and she is delighted to be coming to the Roscommon Arts Centre on 28th of January.
‘Say the Words’, the title track of the album is an original song written by Eimear herself which joins a range of traditional favourites, haunting hymns and popular, modern tracks to form what has become a very popular and interesting album.
“They’re all songs that, over the years, I always went back to singing,” Eimear revealed. “If I connect with a song, I just enjoy it. I wouldn’t sing a song if I couldn’t find some sort of connection with it.”
Eimear has performed with many household names before from Chloe Agnew, Frances Black, Philomena Begley, Eleanor Shanley and Des Willoughby, right through to Jedward, and this show will be no different. Paul Hennessy will join Eimear on the night. Paul is director of the hugely successful Evolution Stage School and has performed extensively throughout Ireland and abroad. His superb tenor voice will no doubt add something special to the evening.
Eimear is also a founding member of the popular Roscommon Solstice Choir, which she credits with providing many great memories, friends and contacts, but it’s to her family she reserves the most praise.“Without them I’d be nowhere,” she said. “They’re there 100% to support me.”
Eimear will be bringing her show to the Roscommon Arts Centre on 28th of January. Tickets are now on sale from the Box Office at 0906-6625824 or online at www.roscommonartscentre.ie.