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An Irish Evening: Live at the Grand Opera House, Belfast (1991)

The Chieftains and guests present an evening of traditional Celtic music and dance, along with some contemporary songs. The soundtrack of this performance won a Grammy Award for Best ... See full summary »

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David Donaghy
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Derek Bell Derek Bell ... Himself (harp, tiompan, keyboards)
Jean Butler Jean Butler ... Herself (traditional dancer)
Kevin Conneff Kevin Conneff ... Himself (bodhran, vocals)
Clive Cuthbertson Clive Cuthbertson ... Himself (bass)
Roger Daltrey ... Himself (vocals)
Dave Early Dave Early ... Himself (drums)
Martin Fay Martin Fay ... Himself (fiddle)
Nanci Griffith Nanci Griffith ... Herself (vocals, guitar)
Sean Keane Sean Keane ... Himself (fiddle)
Matt Molloy Matt Molloy ... Himself (flute)
Paddy Moloney Paddy Moloney ... Himself (uilleann pipes, tin whistle)
Billy Nicholls Billy Nicholls ... Vocals
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The Chieftains and guests present an evening of traditional Celtic music and dance, along with some contemporary songs. The soundtrack of this performance won a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Traditional Album in 1991. Written by Anonymous

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Documentary | Music

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UK

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English

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Joyful Concert
21 November 2004 | by claudio_carvalhoSee all my reviews

On July, 31st and August 1st, 1991, in Belfast, The Chieftains, hosting Roger Daltrey and Nanci Griffith as guest stars, present a joyful concert at the Grand Opera House. Along 59:50 minutes running time, they show typical and traditional Irish songs and dances, highlighting the performance of the dancer Jean Butler. Roger Daltrey sings the wonderful and very known 'Behind Blue Eyes' among other songs. The DVD released in Brazil does not present subtitles or closed caption, and unfortunately it is very difficult for me to understand the Irish accent in most of the words and songs. Anyway, the show is very nice and highly indicated for viewers who want to know a little about Irish culture. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): 'Irish Evening: Live at the Grand Opera House, Belfast, An'


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