Howth has a very exciting and different band coming to its shores on 14th April….. one of the most highly sought-after families from England. a family of singers, each and every one member has solo cds, and its rare they are together….. the Wilson family will be singing at their only Irish performance, in the Abbey Tavern, Easter Thursday.
The Wilson Family is an English folk music group from Billingham, North East England. They have been singing and performing folk songs since 1974 and consist of sister Pat and five brothers: Tom, Chris, Steve, Ken and Mike.
The group’s roots are founded in the folk clubs of the second British folk revival of the 1960s. They have released a number of recordings and included amongst them their acclaimed full debut album, Horumarye (1983), dedicated solely to the songwriting of Teesside songwriter, Graeme Miles, and the eponymous The Wilson Family Album released in 1991.
They continue to record and tour and Howth is in for a wonderful musical experience.
Tickets Euros 25 – email: firstname.lastname@example.org