Default post

Vaughan’s in Kilfenora will forever be associated with Fr.Ted but The Irish Fivers are hoping that after their RNLI fundraiser that they too will leave their mark on the pub.

The Irish Fivers began as a casual singsong meeting up of North Clare friends Padraig Cleary, Peter Fitzgerald and John Hogan in O’Loghlins Whiskey Bar, Ballyvaughan back in 2015.

The Irish Fivers

They were spotted in 2017 by the Clare RNLI Fundraising supremo, Joe Queally, who convinced them to record a CD. The Irish Fivers now armed with their ‘Singsong Favourites’ CD are on a mission to promote Old Style Singsong Pub Nights and raise funds for the RNLI Lifeboats with their ‘2018 World Tour of Clare and Other Interesting Places’.

Their singsong nights are regularly enjoyed by young and old patrons, locals and visitors alike at O’Lochlainn’s. They have no stage act and instead The Fivers sit with patrons encouraging them to sing along with their acoustic programme of early pop classics and Irish ballads.

For the June 16th event they are hoping to raise over €500 between the house raffle and CD sales. To date, the Irish Fivers CD project has raised €12,500 for RNLI in Ireland and the UK.

Related News

river fergus ennis
Plans to be lodged for apartment and retail projects in Ennis town centre
shannon refugees public meeting 28-01-23 dominic haugh 2
'Residents Group must represent entire population of Shannon on asylum seekers'
shannon refugees public meeting 28-01-23 elaine dickson 2
'I won't be bandied a racist' - Chair of Shannon Residents Group says town hasn't services for more refugees
ul hospital ennis
Ennis Hospital staff warn of delayed cancer diagnoses after five weeks of surgery cancellations
MOST READ
Previous
Next

Subscribe for just €3 per month

If you’re here, you care about County Clare. So do we. Did you rely on us for Covid-19 updates, follow our election coverage, or visit The Clare Echo every week for breaking news and sport? The Clare Echo invests in local journalism and we want to safeguard its future in our county. By becoming a subscriber you are supporting what we do, will receive access to all our premium articles and a better experience, while helping us improve our offering to you. Subscribe to clareecho.ie and get the first six months for just €3 a month (less than 75c per week), and thereafter €8 per month. Cancel anytime, limited time offer. T&Cs Apply. www.clareecho.ie.

Scroll to Top
Enable Notifications for the latest news and updates OK No thanks