St. Patrick’s Day brings Ryan Sheridan and Ronan Nolan to Kilkenny.
Monaghan native Sheridan, one of the country’s most reputable singer-songwriters returns to Kilkenny for a free gig on the Parade.
An inventive guitarist and vocalist, he’s combined his string skills with percussive attacks to create a “Ryan Sheridan” sound that has thrilled packed venues worldwide.
In an interesting one for sports fans, Sheridan holds the record as the first artist to play both Croke Park and the Aviva on the same day. Here and Now (2015), Jigsaw (2010) and The Dreamer (2011) continue to get regular Irish (and local) airplay.
R&R: Ryan Sheridan & Ronan Nolan
Recently joined by Ronan Nolan, the duo are making waves across Europe and beyond with their dynamic show. Considering the duo are playing Source (Thurles) at €20 a ticket less than a fortnight previous, you’ll do well to get in to the Parade for this one.
Their show is booked for the festival stage, after the parade, around 3pm.
For good measure, here’s Sheridan hanging out with Joss Stone last year.