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Seamus Gill + family & friends of Declan Affley, featuring Cornerbrook
7.30PM, 30 minutes earlier than normal, doors open 7.00pm - Saturday 27th June, 2015

By Sandra Nixon
Posted Friday, April 17, 2015

Saturday 27th June is the 30th Anniversary of Declan's death, and as his good friend Seamus was already booked, it seemed a excellent idea to gather Declan's family & friends to celebrate the anniversary.

There will be no floorspots as Colleen Burke & friends will be performing & reminiscing.


Seamus Gill

Seamus has a song for all occasions & has been performing in folk clubs and at festivals for more years than he cares to remember. He sings a variety of Irish, English, Scottish, Australian and South American songs, and has even been known to sing Beatles' songs in Irish. He shared a house with Declan Affley in Sydney during the 1970s, sharing his enthusiasm for Australian political songs and sometimes performing with him. He was co-writer with Denis Kevans of Across the Western Suburbs in 1973.


+ support Cornerbrook - fast paced and cranking tunes and songs from Ireland and Newfoundland from Bridie Burke (daughter of Declan Affley and Colleen Burke), Bridie's husband, Cory Clarke from Newfoundland, and Ben Stephenson.

 

Loaded Dog, back hall,
Annandale Neighbourhood Centre,
79 Johnston St, $20/18, BYO, supper available.
Bookings & enquiries Sandra (02) 9358 4886


photos -
Cornerbrook - supplied

other photos taken in 2010 after the 25th Anniversary memorial concert by Sandra Nixon

 
 
Venues/Clubs The Loaded Dog

Location
Annandale Neighbourhood Centre
Johnston Street
Annandale

Enquiries
Sandra Nixon
(02) 9358 4886

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