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Hello again Christy,
Thanks for the reply . We certainly hope the Train Stops in Merseyside for the mighty Tranmere Rovers in the Play Off Final on Saturday. A great local football club in a wonderful place. I will be humming this as I walk up Wembley Way. We hope your Saturday show will be the perfect ending to a perfect day. Looking forward to seeing you again.
a great occasion
That should read my uncle, my mother’s brother Pat.
Christy, many years back I worked in Windmill Lane and work on some recordings with you. Young fella from Cellarstown in Kilkenny. My mother’s uncle Pat Foley was a great Wexford singer from Adamstown, played many times with Joe Monaghan. Told us he played many sessions with you back years ago in Wexford. We’re burying Pat tomorrow, he passed away from cancer at 70. His sister Ann and her family have booked tickets for your Friday night gig in the Royal Festival Hall, May 24th. They were wondering would you consider singing a song of your choice in memory of Pat Foley, originally of Newbawn Co Wexford. Yours, Conan Doyle, Kilkenny
we’ll do our best Conan
Hi Christy . On the mainland came to mind while I was sitting in the Albert hall took a minute to remember what song you referenced this hall on . It is a magnificent venue . Mark k did a fantastic gig full house he is some performer. Looking forward to the gigs at the weekend .
he sure is one of the greats….
Because I am a big fan of both you and Sean Sherrard ( and know you are friends), I think that should be so fun for all fans to you and Sean if you could preform togheter in Ireland next spring. May take Barry with you to. Sean are in Vicar street 18 of april and a lot of his fans in europe will come to celebrate 40 year with whats another year. So why not do something togheter the day before or after? That should give more people a chance to find out wich amazing singer you are
Hi Christy, I was wondering if you could call me or email me regarding a query.
My details are PH. 0851349432 or alternatively firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your time.
I have send you a message over messenger. Should love if you read (we are not friends) and think about the concert idea.
Reading about Rinty Monaghan is a fascinating experience! Also,came across the amazing Spike Rhiando…Richard Thompson could have a field day,writing songs featuring these guys…
Thanks for inadvertently giving me intriguing /entertaining Sunday afternoon research…not for the first time,but usually music related!
Following you and your music is always fascinating,but I never expected to be diverted into the world of stock cars…having read about the excellently monikered Rinty Monaghan,I found the site
http://www.oldstox.com no sign of Rinty there,yet,but its a wonderful place to feast on old photos and stories…
hope you trace the man himself…
when I was knockin about over there in the late 60s I went to the Stock in Belle Vue as often as poss..also went to Newton Aycliife and Cowdenbeath….there used to be a driver in Belle Vue called Pat Ryan..he had a “red top” car and always sported a shamrock on his bonnet
We are looking forward to seeing you again in London on 25th May. We will be coming from the Division 2 Play Off Final at Wembley where we will be supporting Tranmere Rovers. We hope to be celebrating a win. We last saw you 2 years ago on my 65th Birthday in Carrick on Shannon. You played The Cliffs of Dooneen for me. It was beautiful. I bought the tickets for this show last year as a Christmas present for my wife Vishva. When we exchanged gifts on Christmas Day she had also bought tickets for me. So we had 4 tickets. We exchanged 2 for a later show. Obviously after 45 years of marriage we know each other too well. I hope we all have a good night. It is great to see you still touring. Let us hope it continues for many more years. Best Wishes,
morra tom…crossing the sea just now…preparing for RFH….Will spare a thought for Tranmere..hope ye have a good one
“Hey! Does this Train stop on Merseyside”
Hi Christy – well the family will be gathering again next week to see you on Friday in London. Some are flying in from Galway, Donegal and Germany and the rest of us hitting the Motorway! It’ll be great to see you Christy and really looking forward to a night of great music and brilliant company. A shout out would be great !
Look after yourself Christy.
very happy to be part of this family gathering
Another child, Another war
Mick is sound man
Christy, I echo Lizzy’s (Tyrone abú) comments with regards the alternative Eurovision gig as well as her Ireland/Palestine/land of the free observations. Not sure if you’re aware of Ian
Knox’s cartoons in the Irish News. In today’s paper he has you fly posted on the green line to promote ‘Not The Eurovision Party for Palestine.’ A print will find it’s way to you. Go well! Mary
I sang “Yellow Triangle” and “No Time for Love”..I met Mick Blake, Neili Conroy, Charlie McGettigan, Jinx Lennon, Mary Coughlan, Dee Armstrong of Kila, Frances Black,LittleJohn Nee,The Palestinian Ambassador and 99 others backstage..there was dinner laid on, it was such a positive gathering……according to all accounts it was very well receieved in Palestine where it was streamed
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