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Chris Hennessy Listings (V)=video
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All Over This World ~ Steve Goodman & John Prine (V)
Ballad Of A Sad Café (Vx2)
Driftwood (V)
The Dutchman ~ Michael Peter Smith (V)
Grandfather (V)
Her Father Didn't Like Me Anyway ~ Gerry Rafferty (V)
Many A Mile ~ Patrick Sky (V)
Three Drunken Maidens ~ Traditional (V)



Biographical Notes

Born and raised in the south of Ireland, Chris Hennessy worked for several years as an electrician to fund his musical ambitions. Eventually his talents were recognized and he became a member of the Sons Of Erin whose album of folk songs made them popular in both Ireland and Newfoundland. This gave Chris an opportunity to tour his native country as well as Canada which led him to produce his own album, Ballad Of A Sad Café. He then immigrated to Newfoundland where he established himself as a singer and songwriter, met his wife, and settled into his career of playing, singing, song writing and producing music. Chris can often be found at O'Reilly's Irish Pub in St. John's where he is a resident performer. He frequently appears as a guest artist with other bands and groups on their albums, as well as on Newfoundland compilation albums.




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