New single and Dublin concert for Leslie Dowdall and Mike Hanrahan - 23rd February 2017

Leslie Dowdall and Mike Hanrahan release their version of Antony and The Johnsons beautiful song ‘You Are My Sister’ in January 2017 followed by a nationwide tour beginning early February.

Leslie Dowdall is the voice and songwriter behind the sound that was In Tua Nua. Mike Hanrahan is the voice and songwriter that is Stockton’s Wing.

Leslie and Mike have toured intermittently in recent years and this is their first recording since Learning to Let Go released a few years back.

Leslie has released two solo studio recordings No Guilt No Guile and Out There.  Her song Wonderful Thing was one of the hit songs of the nineties and featured on many national ad campaigns including The National Lottery.  She has toured with Paul Brady and provided guest vocal on numerous recordings.

Mike Hanrahan has released two solo albums, Someone like You and What you Know, and spent many years touring and recording with Ronnie Drew and with Eleanor Shanley. As a producer he worked with Ronnie and Eleanor on various projects.  Beautiful Affair, a hit song written by Mike for Stockton’s Wing was voted into National Irish Radio’s top 75 songs over its 75-year history.  It was also voted no.7 in a 25 year National Radio poll.

You are my Sister’ features Leslie on Vocals and Piano, Mike on Guitars and vocals and special guest appearance from Ciaran Brennan (Clannad) on Double Bass. The song was recorded in Glenmalure among the Wicklow hills.

"The show is like a wonderful rollercoaster ride through a sea of emotions that stays with you long after the night has faded.... “

The live show features Leslie on vocals, keyboards & guitar and Mike on guitars & vocals.

Appearing at Number Twenty Two on Thurs 23rd February.

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