Ryan O’Shaughnessy and Band, with local Support Acts

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Saturday 28th, gates open at 1.45pm, Skerries Mills Courtyard – €10. 

Family- / teen-friendly, alcohol-free gig

Ryan OShaughnessyGorgeous Ryan O’Shaughnessy’s Britain’s Got Talent audition has received twenty million hits on YouTube, his 2012 song “No Name” is nearing the two-million mark already, and now you have the opportunity to see him live – in Skerries.

Simon Cowell: “Easiest decision I’ve ever had to make… Yes!”

Well, Simon, choosing Ryan O’Shaughnessy to perform at his (and our!) local festival was the easiest decision WE ever had to make too!

Fantastic support line-up bursting with local talent!

Support acts include: Hannah Hawkshaw, Sarah Enright, Fergus Grant and Eva Campbell.

Eva Campbell is an 11-year-old Skerries singer songwriter & a music student of local legend Liz Seaver.Eva
Having  won Skerries Got Talent (under 12’s) in Soundwaves 2012, and  also coming in as runner up in School stars talent (under 12’s)  contest last Christmas,
where she won some musical equipment for her school Réalt Na Mara, Eva is now making a name for herself in her own right.
When she is not busy on stage with Theatreworx, Eva is comfortable playing the guitar or piano alike, singing contemporary songs and even enjoys belting out  classic ballads from the likes of Sinéad O’Connor, The Cranberries, & Florence & The Machine . Eva will warm up Ryans fans and will perform live on stage at 2pm.
Hannah Hawkshaw from Balbriggan, is a 16 year old singer/songwriter and fashion blogger of www.hannahsfashionblog.com.Hannah

She has always loved music, writing songs from a young age, and is currently working on her upcoming EP which she hopes to launch in the coming months. She is also an established Irish fashion blogger with a growing following and has recently been featured in KISS magasine, YOU magazine and Xposé magazine.

For the gig, she plans on singing Justin Bieber’s “As Long As You Love Me”, and also, two of her own songs, “Beautiful” and “Don’t Want You Now”.

Fergus GrantFergus Grant is currently a music student in Trinity College. He sings and plays the guitar, and is also a well-known local Rugby player.  Before leaving Skerries Community College, he starred as Troy Bolton in High School Musical!

Sarah EnrightSarah Enright, age 15, plays piano, guitar, saxophone, and sings.  She was a finalist (singing and playing piano) in School Stars 2012, and came 2nd in Skerries Got Talent 2012 (singing and playing the sax).  She sings for school events, and has sung at weddings and funerals.  Sarah has performed in Christmas pantomimes in the Tivoli Theatre and the Helix, and was an Orphan in Annie in the Gaiety.  Liz Seaver is her piano and guitar teacher,  Sarah goes to Fiona Mullaney for singing lessons, and to the Moore School of Performing Arts for drama, dancing and musical theatre.

4 thoughts on “Ryan O’Shaughnessy and Band, with local Support Acts

    The Next Events | Soundwaves Festival 2013 said:
    September 23, 2013 at 12:45 pm

    […] Room or at the door. All of that before the second festival weekend with its Thérèse Fahy / Ryan O’Shaughnessy / Ham Sandwich concerts, Street Party and Festival Parade, to name but a few […]

    Thanks again + some extra info | Soundwaves Festival 2013 said:
    September 26, 2013 at 4:50 pm

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