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Jackson tops Lavey Inn Easter bill

Friday, 25th March, 2016 1:58pm
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Jackson tops Lavey Inn Easter bill

Eamonn Jackson

Jackson tops Lavey Inn Easter bill

Eamonn Jackson

Get your dancing shoes on as the Lavey Inn is set to host a fantastic night of country music this Easter weekend with the rising star of Irish country topping the bill.
A great night is guaranteed as Redhills country star Eamonn Jackson, who is fresh from lifting the award for ‘Most Promising Newcomer’ at the Sunday World Irish Country Music Awards has been is set to play another crowd-pleasing set.
Having only been a year on the dance circuit, Eamonn has already endeared himself to country fans with his debut single, ‘The Girl I Love Now Lives in Birmingham’ penned by Henry McMahon, and his follow up hit - a cover of Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Dancing in the Dark’.
The Boss’s classic formed a part of Eamonn’s solo show, but it has to be heard performed live with his band for the full impact.
Proprietor Seamus Farrelly bills the Lavey Inn as the “home of country music” and he’s confident that Eamonn will prove a great draw for dancers.
“We had Eamonn on New Year’s night and it proved to be a huge success - we had a full house,” says Seamus. “He’s a big hit with the dancers and puts on a very popular show.
“It’s four hours of non-stop entertainment,” enthused Seamus. “On Easter Sunday night Lavey Inn’s the place to be.” Popular duo Chuck and Jude warm up the crowd with their two hour set from 9.30pm before the main attraction takes to the Lavey stage from 11.30pm to late.
Doors open at 9pm and admission is €15.

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