Donegal trio The Henry Girls will be performing on the chat show tonight to mark the release of their new album.
Sister Karen, Lorna and Joleen McLaughlin from Malin, Donegal, are set to make a very special performance on The Late Late Show tonight.
Host Ryan Tubridy will be welcoming the trio to the stage to sing Don’t Call Me Honey, a track from their new album ‘Far Beyond the Stars’.
The band’s sixth folk and Americana record was released in March and has received excellent reviews from critics. Here’s a taster the album to give us a glimpse of what we can expect on the show:
We’ll be seeing a lot more of The Henry Girls this summer as they’ll be bringing a new element to this year’s Earagail Arts Festival. Home With The Henry Girls will be a five-day interactive residency in Malin this summer.
The women will be hosting songwriting workshops, cultural and culinary tours and traditional pub sessions in their hometown. The Earagail Arts Festival organisers have had to extend their dates to introduce this unique addition to the programme. Originally due to open on 7th July 2017, the festival will now run from 4th to 23rd July 2017.
The Henry Girls’ residency is limited to 30 people. To book or reserve your place by deposit online go to this link: http://www.eaf.ie/