Eleanor McEvoy is one of the leading singer
songwriters of her generation; an accomplished multi-instrumentalist she is
a respected performer of contemporary and traditional music.
From her early career honed and developed performing in the National
Symphony Orchestra of Ireland Eleanor has gone on to become an artist and
performer known throughout the world for her stunning live performances. Her
critically acclaimed canon of work spans five albums, several singles and
appearances on numerous compilation albums.
Today she is recognised as Irelandís most successful female singer
songwriter having enjoyed personal chart success and numerous cover versions
of her own songs.
Eleanor McEvoy songs have been translated into other languages, used in film
and performed by artists such as Emmylou Harris, Mary Black, and Sonja
Eleanor's new album 'Out There' is due in the autumn and will feature ten
new songs plus a co-write with the Beautiful South's Dave Rotheray entitled
Quote "I love you" Unquote.
There is also a conscience searing rendition of
Marvin Gaye's ecology classic 'Mercy Mercy Me' and Lowell George's haunting
'Roll Um Easy.'
Non Smoking Single Female
To Sweep Away A Fool
Wrong So Wrong
Three Nights in November
Mercy Mercy Me
Quote I Love You Unquote
So Much Trouble
Suffer So Well
The Way You Wear Your Troubles
(When You) Smile
Fields of Dublin 4
Interlude - Iberius
Roll Um Easy