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Johnny McEvoy

Please note this show has been cancelled. We are currently contacting all ticketholders.Johnny McEvoy’s big break came in late 1966 when he recorded a song called ‘Mursheen Durkin’, an old ballad from the west of Ireland, and went on to top the charts at No.1 for three consecutive weeks.

His first tour of the United States was in 1967, involving seven weeks of concerts, including a stop at the world-famous Carnegie Hall in New York. It was at this point in his career, he had his third No.1 hit with the song ‘Nora’ from Sean O’Casey’s famous play The Plough and The Stars.

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