Belfast Telegraph

Monday 28 July 2014

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Wolfe Tones

Wolfe Tones, Burnavon Theatre, Cookstown Sunday, August 15, 8pm

With hit ballads such as The Streets Of New York, My Heart Is In Ireland and Celtic Symphony, as well as newly-introduced songs taken from their incredible 46-year career, the Wolfe Tones are arguably Ireland’s greatest balladeers.

Matching the likes of the Dubliners and the Fureys in terms of popularity on the worldwide folk scene, the band are a big draw on the international stage.

Boasting sell-out performances on every visit to America, Australia and throughout Europe, they remain one of Ireland’s biggest groups and will be bringing their music to Cookstown this weeknd. See www.burnavononline.com for tickets

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