|2 December 2002|
Reilly’s Daughter Play Cathedral Square
FREE Friday Lunchtime Concert, 6th December, Cathedral Square, 12.15pm to 1.15pm
The dynamic trio of Reilly’s Daughters joined forces in April 2002, and they will be bringing their unique combination of rhythm and blues, contemporary, and Irish influenced sounds to this weeks Friday lunchtime concert in Cathedral Square.
Presenting a wide range of styles, with songs by The Pogues, U2, Van Morrison and The Cheiftans, Reilly’s Daughter have performed in many venues around the city, including The Arts Centre, The Bog, and Mickey Finns, as well as private and corporate events.
All band members sing, and individually Annah plays fiddle, mandolin, and guitar; Roger Shaw plays guitar and bass; and John Wood plays guitar and banjo. Annah has classical violin experience, Roger has a huge range of musical industry experience, and before John was a musician, he was a fireman!
Describing their music as "infectious Irish rock dance music with contemporary and traditional influences", Reilly’s Daughter will entertain all ages this Friday in Cathedral Square.
For more information: Call Beatrice Cheer, PR and Promotions Coordinator with Christchurch City Council Leisure Events, Ph 941 8495 or 025 86 88 71