From Rory Gallagher to U2, Thin Lizzy to The Cranberries, the best Irish musicians have made a unique mark on music history. uDiscover Music raises a toast.
The three-day festival celebrating Americana and country, held at Eridge Park in Kent will take place this summer on the weekend of June 25-27.
The track will appear on the Irish singer-songwriter’s forthcoming album ’11 Past The Hour’ out on April 23.
The EP includes an intimate version of 'When Love Was King' and a cover of Sam Cooke's anthemic 'A Change Is Gonna Come.'
Imelda May and Noel Gallagher have shared the video for their new track, Just One Kiss, which also features The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood on guitar.
The show will be raising essential funds for Ireland's homeless charity, The Simon Community.
The writer-guitarist discusses his ninth solo studio album, a record on which he reaches well beyond the folk-roots base of his latter-day work.
Her first new music in three years, the Irish star's new track is out now on Decca Records.
On his seventh studio album, and second of 1973 alone, Elton's phenomenal creativity moved up another gear.
The Dublin singer-songwriter has donated the poem to help raise awareness of homelessness.
The all-star collective feature Imelda May, Moya Brennan, Caroline Corr, Saint Sister and many more prominent artists from the Emerald Isle.
The Irish star's new release will be released through Decca Records on 29 May.
Organisers have also stated that 1500 NHS staff and key workers will be invited as special guests.
The shows see Wood reuniting with pianist Waters, a longtime collaborator of the Rolling Stones and many others.
Other stars set to perform include Beverley Knight, KC & The Sunshine Band, Amadou & Mariam and The Blind Boys Of Alabama.