September 20 2019 | Denise Brennan with Gary Stephens


A songstress of many colours, this songbird grew up singing and enjoying a plethora musical wonders with a particular focus on Irish, Celtic & contemporary music.  She has since brought this love of music and performing to many international stages.  Having been honored to tour with Riverdance The Show at just 18 years of age, she travelled America, Canada and Mexico with “Riverdance The Show” as a Riverdance singer.  She later joined the troop again to perform at the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics 2003 held in Croke Park, Dublin.  With America still calling, Denise toured with The Dublin Philharmonic Orchestra as a Celtic Soloist.  She also toured as lead soloist with “Woman of Ireland” throughout America and returned home to take up a successful summer residency with the Woman of Ireland Show featuring special guests Frankie Gavin and De Dannan at the INEC, Killarney.  She has shared the stage with many greats including Christie Hennessy, Dolores Keane and Mary Black to name a few.

Denise’s album “Sailing With The Wind” is available to buy and stream online as well as her self penned song “Two Lone Stars”.  Denise’s music is available on iTunes, Spotify and Apple music.  For more information on release dates, gigs and videos you can visit her Facebook page - Denise Brennan Music.

Gary Stephens is originally from Gorey, Co Wexford.  Gary has grown up with music playing a very significant part in his life.  He is a multi-instrumentalist including Guitar, Piano, Saxophone, Flute, Whistle, Bass and Percussion to mention a few.  Gary has been a Fleadh Cheoil winner many times in various disciplines with County, Provence and All Ireland titles and performances to his name.  Along with Traditional Irish Music Gary has immersed himself in Blues Roots, Americana and Early Rock.

Gary will take the stage again in the International Eugene O’Neill Festival in San Francisco later this year as part of an all Irish Production of Eugene O’Neill’s Glencairn Cycle set upon the fictitious ship the SS. Glencairn.

The concert commences at 8pm, and tickets priced at €15. 

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Posted July 23 2019.