Voice of Cork Jimmy Crowley to play South Tipperary Arts Centre

Music lovers are in for a real special magical treat when Jimmy Crowley will perform live at The South Tipperary Arts Centre on Thursday, October 18. Doors open at 7pm with Ken Horne taking to the stage at 7.30pm and Jimmy Crowley taking to the stage at 8pm. Tickets are available by contacting the theatre on 052 6127877 and will also be available at the door on the night.

Music lovers are in for a real special magical treat when Jimmy Crowley will perform live at The South Tipperary Arts Centre on Thursday, October 18. Doors open at 7pm with Ken Horne taking to the stage at 7.30pm and Jimmy Crowley taking to the stage at 8pm. Tickets are available by contacting the theatre on 052 6127877 and will also be available at the door on the night.

Known as the “Voice of Cork”, legendary singer/songwriter/storyteller Jimmy Crowley has been a central figure in the Irish Folk Scene since the enthusiastic reception of his debut album “The Boys of Fairhill” in 1977 which spreads over four generations.

“An uncorked bottle of delight overflowing with good spirits, effervescent vocals and brimfull of good bouzouki and guitar playing.” Dirty Linen.

Every album Jimmy Crowley has recorded and produced has been imbued with an excitement and autonomy; has challenged conventions and has been totally different from its predecessor and his new album “Irish Eyes” is no different.