Reeling in The Showband Years
The Ronan Collins Showband Show 'Reeling In the Showband Years' has been a smash hit for the past 8 years, and we are delighted to say it returns once again to Ennis.
RTÉ’s Ronan Collins is Host and Compère.
Red Hurley - A living Legend of showbiz for the past 40 years.
His great big soaring voice has captivated audiences since he hit the stage With The Nevada Showband. Still a major force in Irish showbiz. Hear ‘Love is all’ and many more of his greatest hits.
Gina from The Champions - Quite simply the biggest female vocalist of the Showband era. She was loved, North, South, East and West.
Her smash hit songs will all be included. We are simply responding to the numerous requests for Gina’s return!
Ronan Collins sings his renowned tributes to The Great Joe Dolan and Dickie Rock and more!
Dave Lawlor - The surprise hit of last year, he brought the house down with his amazing voice! One of Ireland’s greatest vocalists, “Showband Nostalgia” was a smash hit for him and brought the man from Tullamore to national attention.
Keith and Lorraine McDonald - This great Brother and Sister combination from one of the oldest musical families in Ireland. Their Father, Frankie was trumpet player with Joe Dolan for many years. Lorraine is one of the brightest talents to emerge from the late Showband era and Keith is a star in his own right!
Tommy and Jimmy Swarbrigg - sing all their great hits. ‘If Ma Could See Me Now’, ‘It’s Nice to be in Love Again’, ‘That’s What Friends Are For’ and many more.
The Conquerors Showband - One of the greatest Showbands of them all and still packing them in everywhere they go. The Galway boys sang ‘Baby Blue’ and many more hits.
And much more to be announced!!!
The show’s exciting finale is an ALL Cast Salute to the Showband Era.
All of the stars join in for a medley of songs from the unique Showband Years! Bringing you back in time to this magical musical period.
It will send you home with great memories of wonderful and never to be repeated time in Irish popular music!
Published on 13 October 2017