Eleanor Mcevoy

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It’s a given that Irish singer-songwriter Eleanor McEvoy will forever be associated with her song Only a Woman’s Heart, the truncated title of which w(...)

 Steve Wall  of  The Stunning  said the whole music industry should be out on the street marching. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Stunning singer Steve Wall has described the restrictions imposed on outdoor gigs in the Republic as “ridiculous”. The band is due to play Pearse(...)

Mary Coughlan will be performing at one of the events that are being streamed over Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights from 8pm on Focus Ireland’s YouTube and Facebook pages. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

A number of Irish artists will come together to perform at train stations this week in order to raise money for the homeless charity Focus Ireland. (...)

 Mary Coughlan will perform at Heuston Station on December 8th.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Mary Coughlan, Mundy, Brian Kennedy and Eleanor McEvoy will be among the artists gigging at train stations next week to raise money for Focus Ireland(...)

Eleanor McEvoy  said the €50 million which has been given to the live music sector marks an “unprecedented” in attitudes to the unfunded sector.  Photograph : Aidan Crawley

Singer-songwriter Eleanor McEvoy has said she expects musicians and crew to benefit directly from the €50 million allocated to the live music sector i(...)

 Eleanor McEvoy: “Working in the music industry has never been easy, and we are now about to witness the most difficult times in the history of that industry.”  Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The Irish Music Rights Organisation (IMRO) is speeding up distribution of royalty payments to its members in response to the collapse of art(...)

Grey clouds: the Irish in Australia are facing a recession. Photograph: Joel Carrett/EPA

Covid-19 has posed a significant challenge to the fortunes of the Irish in Australia. But many aren’t running for the exit, despite a looming reces(...)

Eleanor McEvoy, chair of IMRO, said revenues from music have ‘gone off a cliff’. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Covid-19 has led to a “really dire time” for those who work in the music industry with many wondering if and when they can get back to playing live ag(...)

Mary Black, contestant and presenter

At one point in the brisk first episode of Ireland’s Favourite Folk Song (RTÉ One, Sunday, 7.30pm), George Furey considers The Green Fields of France,(...)

Writer John Boyne in his Rathfarnham home which won the Celebrity Home of the Year 2019 title. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Early on in Celebrity Home of the Year (RTÉ One, Wednesday, 9.35pm), a programme that cunningly combines our nation’s two main subjects of worship, th(...)

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