When Irish tenors are smiling

The Irish are comin! The Three Irish Tenors will sing and tell stories about their homeland when they come to Lismore this Sunday. Break out the Guinness!

Are you ready for a musical tour of Ireland? Ahhh, to be sure, to be sure, you are. The Three Irish Tenors will bring a bit of Ireland to the Lismore Workers Club this Sunday, March 12, from 2pm when they present a show of Irish songs, Irish dance, Irish music and of course Irish humour.

Well take them on a musical tour of Ireland, from Galway Bay to Dublin town, says Brendan Locke from The Three Irish Tenors. And youll hear all the Irish favourites. If we didnt include songs in our show like Danny Boy, Kathleen, Molly Malone, Maggie and When Irish Eyes Are Smiling, our fans would be deeply disappointed.

Brendan has performed concerts all over Ireland and the UK. He also toured with some of the worlds greatest entertainers and it was the stories told to him by Shirley Bassey and the late Harry Secombe that sparked his interest in Australia.

He became the first Irish tenor to appear on stage at the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall and was quickly signed to EMI, producing three gold and one platinum record.

In 1999, Brendan formed The Three Irish Tenors.

Five CDs and a DVD later, the Three Irish Tenors (Brendan, Dean MacRae and Brian Tucker) are bringing their Irish charm to Lismore.

Also in the line-up for The Three Irish Tenors shows are musical director Glenn Amer, The Maguire Sisters, Celtic fiddlers and a group of young Irish river dancers.

Tickets are $17 from the Lismore Workers Club (6621 7401).

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