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First Origin Contemporary Irish Singers and Songwriters Night
DATE: December 13th DOORS: 8:30PM WHERE: KLUB 45 of Connolly's 121 W 45th Street between 6th & 7th Avenue. New York, NY (212)-597-5126 COST $20 at the door (Portion of ticket & CD sales will go to local charities)
Pop Rock Celtic Original Music with John Munnelly on Vocals, Guitars Keys, Andy on Drums and Kevin Reilly on Bass
Bio: John Munnelly is an award-winning songwriter and musician living in Brooklyn. He writes in a wide array of styles encompassing themes from the humorous to the serious and saintly such as Pop/Rock, Folk, Americana/Gospel/Spiritual/Hymns/Social Commentary/Justice - Kids Songs Celebratory/Seasonal ...See Full Bio
LAUGHJOHNLAUGH! has a show on 02/01/2015 at 08:00 PM @ JOHNMUNNELLYMUSIC.COM in Online, KS http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5jjb7w #concert
“Will sing for a job: Bensonhurst man has found a silver lining in the recession - winning a national award for his song about being laid off."The song is saying something about our times," said John,a songwriter whose composition, "The Unemployment Blues," snagged the top spot and a $1,000 prize in a competition held by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) Foundation. The award is named for the composer behind the 1930's hit and Depression-era anthem "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?"A foundation spokesman said Munnelly's song - which chronicles the plight of a college-educated recession casualty - won because it gives a modern twist "to the concerns Jay Gorney expressed in his song." "Seven years in college, to achieve my dream. Never thought I'd end up, with food stamps to redeem," go the lyrics, which Munnelly co-wrote with Christina Lord.”