Colston Hall gets Black

PUBLISHED: 11:07 01 June 2006 | UPDATED: 09:24 24 May 2010

ONE of the best-known Irish vocalists of the last 20 years will appear in Bristol this week

ONE of the best-known Irish vocalists of the last 20 years will appear in Bristol this week.Mary Black will perform at The Colston Hall on Thursday (June 8).The successful soloist released her first album in 1983, and it reached number four in the Irish charts.After working with the band De Danna she hooked up with producer and guitarist Declan Sinnot once more to record her second album Without The Fanfare in 1985.In October 2001, after many more successful albums, she released a 16-song collection of her greatest hits, plus some new recordings.Tickets for her concert, priced £23.50, are available from the box office on 01179 223686.

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