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Sinead McNally

Sinead McNally

Pop / Rock Dundalk, IE  IE


  • 2011

    Jul 8

    offaly, IE | 9:00pm

    The Live Loud Sessions at The Four Son's Edenderry

  • 2011

    Mar 23

    Dublin 2, D, IE | 8:00pm

    Part of "The Song Room"

  • 2011

    Mar 17

    Dundalk, IE | 9:00am

    Afternoon of live music to celebrate St.Patricks Day from 1-3pm

  • 2011

    Feb 27

    Dundalk, LH, IE | 8:00pm

    Dundalk singer/songwriter Sinead McNally launches her debut single 'Moody Blues' at Darver Castle, joined by very special guests Frantic Jack from Co.Offaly. They most recently had a top ten hit with their single 'Hold On' which is one of the many brilliant tracks on their debut album 'Independence'. Sinead will be joined by full band on the night. Entry is only €10. It is advised to purchase or reserve tickets in advance. Tickets can be bought in Daybreak, Knockbridge. CDiscount, Clanbrassil St. Dundalk. Vivo, Blackrock or Dundalk Music Store, Dundalk.

  • 2011

    Feb 25

    Drogheda, LS, IE | 9:00pm

    w/David Hope (myspace.com/davidhope) The Purple Sessions Drogheda, Ireland www.myspace.com/last2leavemusic last2leave@gmail.com


  • Moody Blues Single


Sounds Like: Gavin De Graw, Sinead O'Connor, The Corrs - Official page, Billy Joel, Coldplay

Manager: Sinead McNally

Bio: 'One of Ireland’s most rising stars finishes up a great year with top music award’

December 19th 2012: Sinead McNally is a singer/songwriter and composer from Dundalk in County Louth. Making the decision to leave her full time job as a primary teacher has definitely been the right move after an ...See Full Bio

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““Sinead is ‘now’ and is supremely talented. Having worked on radio and in clubs and venues for up on 25 years now, I think I can spot talent. Her songs "Moody Blues" and "Green Eyed Monster" just blew me away as to how quickly they became such ‘sing-a-long’ tunes in my head. I think I listened to them twice or three times and knew the melody and words as though I'd know those songs for years and the last time that happened to me, was with a song by one Robbie Williams called Angels, need I say more? I've heard one or two other tunes from her repertoire and they all have the same spark, a rawness and an honesty, that's not around in the "Bubble Gum Pop" music that's on all radio stations nowadays” ”

— Eamon Duffy, FM104 Radio

Recent Blogs

Sinéad McNally Press Release
Feb 13, 2011


Down the deep end!!!
Jan 16, 2011

It's the new year and getting closer and closer to my first release, Someone ask... [more]


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