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Enda Keegan / Press

“Created by New York singer-songwriter, Enda Keegan, The Streets Of New York Benefit, named after the song by Bagatelle frontman Liam Reilly”

“Created by New York singer-songwriter, Enda Keegan, The Streets Of New York Benefit, named after the song by Bagatelle frontman Liam Reilly, will honor the Irish rockers for all they have given to the world through their music and for opening doors for others who have followed.”

“I really enjoy artists who can bridge genres effortlessly with their lyrics and melodies and so telling you about Enda Keegan is really an easy task for me”

“If his mother hadn’t been visiting from Ireland and sitting right there right next to me, sipping tea at Starbucks in Chestnut Hill, I’m not sure I would have believed Enda Keegan’s Cinderella story. “Oh it’s true,” Mavis Keegan assured me.”

“Press Clippings”

“Enda Keegan has been a regular guest at Irish Radio Network USA over the past few years. During live programs they have performed in front of in-studio dignitaries and guest such as: Mayors Rudy Guiliani, Mike Bloomberg, Senator Hilary Rodham Clinton, President Of Ireland Mary McAleese”

Adrian Flannely Irish Radio Networks

“Enda is well known in the field of the Arts in New York and enjoys the appreciation of the Irish Consulate for his contribution to the promotion of Irish Culture in The Unided States”

Eugene Hutchinson Consul General of Ireland

“I really love Here In The Blue. ”

Pat McGuire, The Pat Maguire Band

“Absolutely love NYC morning. I have played it 5 times already:”

Darren Holden: The High Kings