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Former Celtic Woman Lisa Lambe at Irish Arts Center, September 29-30
(Published: September 14, 2017)

Acclaimed Irish singer, actress and songwriter Lisa Lambe (Celtic Woman) will perform alongside collaborators Fiachna Ó Braonáin and Peter O'Toole (Hothouse Flowers) at Irish Arts Center from September 29-30. These performances mark her US solo debut and will showcase her gentle, heartfelt world of song. Lambe's debut album, 2015's Hiding Away, was met with widespread praise. Recorded in Nashville, it features multi-Grammy winning musicians, with songs written by Lisa herself, American songwriters and the legendary Paul Brady. Lisa is currently an Artist in Residence at Killruddery House County Wicklow and is writing her second album.

Lisa is also respected for her stage work, performing in many theatres throughout Ireland including The Gate and The Abbey. Her TV/film work includes StoryLane, Olive, Bachelor's Walk, Legend, and Eye to Eye to name a few.

Hothouse Flowers made a name for themselves in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s with a passionate, bombastic fusion of rock & roll with the rootsy sounds of Irish folk and American gospel. In 1986, Bono saw Hothouse Flowers performing on television and offered his support. They released their first single, "Love Don't Work This Way," on U2's Mother Records label, which quickly lead to a deal with the PolyGram subsidiary London Records.

Tickets for the performances start at $20 and are available by visiting www.IrishArtsCenter.org or by calling 866-811-4111. Irish Arts Center is located at 553 West 51st Street.

More Information: http://www.IrishArtsCenter.org

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