Irish singer Paul Kelly coming to Rosley Village Hall | News and Star
Donegal native Paul Kelly, a farmer, truck driver and songwriter, will be making his first appearance at the hall on Sunday April 16.
At the age of 12, Paul started playing in a two piece band with his mother and they performed a few nights a week, then in his late teens the opportunity arose for him to join a five-piece band.
He is a versatile entertainer, multi-talented instrumentalist and singer-songwriter.
His genre of music appeals to young and old alike, and he is a popular artist among the farming community.
Organiser Adele Egglestone of Penrith commented, “We’re looking forward to welcoming Paul and his band to Rosley for their first visit. It’s always great to have a new act and we’re looking forward to a fantastic evening of entertainment.”
Tickets for the show must be purchased in advance, are priced at £15 and can be bought from Adele on 07706 597132.
The show starts at 8pm with doors open at 7pm. The hall has a fully licensed bar and disabled facilities.
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