Andy Cooney Comes to the State Theatre, 3/17
Andy Cooney comes to the State Theatre on Saturday, March 17 at 8 PM.
Forever Irish features "the outstanding voice and dynamic stage presence of Andy Cooney, combined with the beautiful harmonies of The Irish Sopranos and the dazzling steps of Darrah Carr Dance in a memory-making experience for the whole family."
Andy Cooney is a favorite among American and Irish audiences. The combination of his talent, versatility, and flair for entertaining enables him to deliver songs like all-time favorites "Galway Bay" and "Danny Boy" to his hit records "The Irish Wedding Song", "Boston Rose" and "Daughter of Mine" directly to the hearts of his listeners.
One of nine children born into a deep-rooted Irish American family from Long Island, NY, Andy Cooney has been singing Irish songs literally all his life, beginning at an early age directed by his Dublin born grandfather, Andy Feehan. His professional career began at the age of 17, when he began appearing in many of the well-known Irish establishments in the New York area entertaining audiences with his piano playing and singing. In 1986, at age 19, the well-known Irish bandleader, Paddy Noonan, asked Andy to tour with his show. For the next several years Andy toured with Paddy Noonan gaining national exposure for his talent and winning a place in the hearts of all those who heard him from coast to coast. In 1994, Andy struck out on his own and hasn’t looked back.
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The Irish Sopranos
The Irish Sopranos, Wendy Dwyer, Kay Lynch, and Deirdre Masterson, are the poster girls for beauty and talent. With their sensational voices, stunning good looks, extensive training, and international experience, The Irish Sopranos are the real deal bringing crowds to their feet at every stop.