Seamus Kennedy

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Seamus Kennedy
Born Belfast, Northern Ireland
Genres Irish Folk, Contemporary, Comedy
Occupation(s) Musician, Comedian
Instruments Guitar, Vocals, Banjo, Bodhrán
Years active 1970s – present
Labels Gransha Records
Website www.seamuskennedy.com

Seamus Kennedy (born in Belfast, Northern Ireland) is an Irish singer, comedian and writer.

Life[edit]

Kennedy entertained audiences in the United States since the 1970s. He was voted Best Irish/Celtic Male Vocalist 1993-2006 by the Washington Area Music Association.[1]

Discography[edit]

  • Tricky Tongue Twisters (Gransha Records, 2013)
  • Sidekicks and Sagebrush (Gransha Records, 2009)
  • Sailing Ships and Sailing Men (Gransha Records, 2008)
  • Party Pieces (Gransha Records, 2005)
  • By Popular Demand (Gransha Records, 2005)
  • On the Rocks (Seamus Kennedy, 2003)
  • A Smile and a Tear (Gransha Records, 2001)
  • Favorite Selections (Gransha Records, 2000)
  • Gets on Everybody's Nerves (Gransha Records, 2000)
  • Bar Rooms and Ballads (Gransha Records, 2000)
  • Let the Music Take You Home (Gransha Records, 1998)
  • Goodwill to Men (Gransha Records, 1996)
  • In Concert (Gransha Records, 1995)
  • Live! (Gransha Records, 1993)

Writings[edit]

Clean Cabbage in the Bucket (And Other Tales From The Irish Music Trenches), co-written with Robbie O'Connell, Dennis O'Rourke, Harry O'Donoghue and Frank Emerson.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Smith, Sean (1 August 2009). "On Being an Irish Entertainer: Seamus Kennedy Takes Questions". Music. Boston Irish Reporter. Retrieved 12 September 2011. 

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