Donegal singer Sinead Black made her debut on the Opry le Daniel stage at the Millenium Forum, Derry, during the week.
The Letterkenny singer also led the finale with a spectacular performance alongside Daniel O’Donnell, Owen Mac and Lee Matthews.
She stole the show on the first of three nights of concerts that were recorded for TV before a live audience at the Derry venue.
Opry le Daniel offers a different music theme each night and the first of those saw the new and upcoming ‘stars of tomorrow’ feature on Monday.
Among them was none other than Sinead who, literally, had the audience on their feet.
“Can’t wait for you all to see the series on TV later in the year. Thank you to Daniel O’Donnell and the wonderful production team.”
Presented by Daniel, the show has hosted the biggest names in country music from the world stage such as Charley Pride, Crystal Gayle and Rita Coolidge. Of course, it also featured Ireland’s home-grown talent of Margo, Mike Denver, Louise Morrisey, ‘the voice of romance’, Roly Daniels and the King and Queen of Irish Country Music, Big Tom and Philomena Begley.