Country & Western Focus: Kinawley country man prepping new album

Country Singer Sean Corrigan

Country Singer Sean Corrigan

KINAWLEY country musician, Sean Corrigan, is keeping busy on the local gigging circuit – and he is prepping a new album.

His current album ‘One of these days’, he described, is going well for him.

“The latest is I’m busy gigging and currently looking for new material to record. I have had lots of songwriters sending me original songs and intend to sit down in the next week or so and listen to them.”

And, he is heading to Spain in May to perform with other country acts – as well as further shows in the UK and Scotland.
“I will be playing in the UK & Scotland in the coming months, I have built up a great fanbase over there and alway look forward to performing there.”

He is performing in the Jolly Farmer on Saturday night.

“The Jolly Farmer is a great dancing venue. It also has a fantastic restaurant. So for anyone who likes good food, good music and a good dance floor to burn off the calories on The Jolly Farmers is the place to go.

“I will be kicking off at 10:30pm and will be doing songs to suits the dancers. Quicksteps, waltzs, foxtrots etc.

“Its sure to be a lively night and look forward to seeing you there!”

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