Morrissey and Daniels show in aid of hospice

A special fundraising event will take place in aid of the South Tipperary Hospice Movement in The Coachman on Parnell Street in Clonmel on June 22. Featuring Marty Daniels and Norman Morrissey, this event is a must for music lovers who can support an essential and worthy local cause at the same time.

A special fundraising event will take place in aid of the South Tipperary Hospice Movement in The Coachman on Parnell Street in Clonmel on June 22. Featuring Marty Daniels and Norman Morrissey, this event is a must for music lovers who can support an essential and worthy local cause at the same time.

Marty Daniels has quite simply one of the very best country voices to grace the Irish country music scene in recent times. With a Mid-Atlantic vocal style and a range rarely experienced outside Nashville, his recordings have regularly been confused with those originating on Music Row.

Marty has served his time in the business, honing his craft and country music lovers will remember him clearly from his time with Louise Morrissey’s band.

And Louise’s brother Norman Morrissey will also perform on the night. With a personality as big as the Rock of Cahsel, Norman is one of Tipperary’s great characters. He spent many years as part of the acclaimed Morrissey’s Folk Group, and also played bass guitar with Louise for a number of years before releasing his own solo album in 2007.

Currently, when Norman is not on air at Tipp FM, he is part of the very successful duo Morrissey and Daniels and you can see them perform on June 22 at The Coachman.

Tickets are now on sale at only €5 available from The Coachman and South Tipperary Hospice, 3-4 Mandeville Hse, The Quay, Clonmel.