The Seamus Ennis Arts Centre

Saturday, October 7th 2017:


Ger Wolfe
Unfortunately, this event has been postponed until further notice. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Working as a songwriter, musician and performer, Ger Wolfe has released seven albums of original material over the last twenty years; his latest entitled I Have Been Loved.

Celebratory, reflective, independent in mind and nature, Ger continues to plough his own way through the Irish musical landscape, heedless of fad or fashion. True to the art of song-writing he tells his own story as only he could, in his own unique voice. Ger is a fine lyricist, poet and composer all rolled into one, a multi-instrumentalist and a lover of the human voice. Whether as a solo performer or with any or all of his musical comrades The New Skylarks, Ger is a performer at ease with himself and the world.

Set to release his eighth CD in 21 years, The Lark of Mayfield is a compilation celebrating all previous album releases, including his current radio single The Golden Boy.

Joined on stage tonight by Martin Leahy on drums and bass, Ger Wolfe is certainly a song-writing force to be reckoned with.

“The poetic soul of Ireland” - John Spillane

"While other singer/songwriters might weigh down such personal songs with a barren sense of profundity or pretentiousness, Wolfe pares down the analyses to a series of effective lyrical strokes” - Tony Clayton-Lea, The Irish Times
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