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Briege Murphy

The Rostrevor Inn, 33-35 Bridge Street, Rostrevor, Newry, Co Down, BT34 3BG
Briege Murphy

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The Rostrevor Folk Club at Crawfords
Briege Murphy
June 17th, 2024. 8pm

We're delighted to welcome back singer songwriter Briege Murphy. From Forkhill in South Armagh, she grew up in a family steeped in traditional music. Her first album, 'The Longest Road' was released to critical acclaim, followed by 'The Sea and other Songs', a Folk Roots album of the year. Other albums include 'From Now On' in which she sings songs that she grew up with, combining her love of Irish traditional and American folk. Briege has performed at festivals from Cambridge to Cork and Oslo to Ballyshannon. Her songs have been recorded by artists like Niamh Parsons and Frances Black.

She will be playing with two very talented musicians - Martha Guiney, one of the finest flautists on the traditional scene (whose own album, 'The Raven's Call' was released last year) and violinist/pianist Joanne Doran.

Tickets are £12.50 and available from The Rostrevor Inn, 33-35 Bridge St, Rostrevor, BT34 3BG. Tel: 028 417 39911 and Belinda Cullen's Good Craic Gifts shop at 13 Church Street, Rostrevor (tel: 079369 77029 or email goodcraicgifts@gmail.com). Please pay cash if all possible. Otherwise contact Belinda to make an alternative arrangement.

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