Greenshine at Cork Folk Fest

Greenshine at Cork Folk Fest

Thursday, 28 September 2023, 1.00pm

To celebrate many years involvement with The Cork Folk Festival, RTE FOLK AWARDS BEST GROUP NOMINEES and darlings of the national folk scene, Greenshine, will perform a FREE concert at MTU Bishopstown at 1pm Thursday 28 September. (BOOKING ESSENTIAL!) The songs of Cork the based trio, consisting of Mary Greene, Noel Shine (one of the founders of the festival) and their daughter Ellie, have featured on Irish airwaves for many years and their tracks have travelled far beyond their homeland and into the waiting ears of music lovers worldwide. Greenshine's music straddles the boundaries of Folk, Indie and Americana with outstanding harmonies, skillful stringwork and fine songwriting.

Their 2021 single, White Trails appeared on several SONG OF THE YEAR radio lists an d their current album NEW MOON ON FRIDAY is racking up the kudos and has been chosen as Album of the Week on multiple radio stations including BBC Radio Scotland. Several of their songs have reached the #1 Spot of the RTERadio1 National Airplay Chart including 'The Girl in the Lavender Dress' which went on to be second most played Irish song of the year of its release on the station. Greenshine members have appeared on the recordings of multiple artists including Christy Moore, The Republic of Loose, Mick Hanly, Frances Black and John Spillane and Ellie can now add TV Cartoon Voiceover Actor to her resumé for her work on TG4. Greenshine recently performed the closing song on the beautiful TG4 commissioned show 'Ómós do Liam Reilly' a documentary on the life and times of Liam Reilly and Bagatelle which was nominated for an international TV Award. Their original material has featured in a variety of national ad campaigns, film and radio signature tunes. Their current album NEW MOON ON FRIDAY has racked up Album of the Week spots on many stations both here and across the BBC.

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Published by marymary on 18 September 2023

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