Avenel Performing Arts Center 150 Avenel Street, Avenel, NJ 07001
News of Emmet Cahill’s sold-out debut concert at New York’s Carnegie Hall has turned heads with audiences throughout North America and he is quickly building a reputation for being the golden voice of this generation. His performances of the Irish classics have likened him with great Irish Tenor John McCormack. He signed a major recording deal with Sony Music in 2017, and his debut album release went straight to #1 on the World music Billboard charts, Amazon Charts, and iTunes World Music. Emmet takes the audience on a musical journey, allowing them to connect with their most cherished memories through beautiful songs like Danny Boy, When Irish Eyes Are Smiling and My Wild Irish Rose, to name but a few. His powerful classical voice really comes to the fore when performing Broadway hits such as Bring Him Home and Music of The Night as well as tender nostalgic favorites such as Moon River and Some Enchanted Evening.
“Emmet Cahill embodies a passion for vocal performance and exhibits a gracious spirit of collaboration. Whether rehearsing with ensembles or leading a master class, Emmet draws from over a decade of touring experience and a personal quest for musical excellence. His kind interaction, practical instruction, and engaging performances left our students inspired and eager to interact with him again” Susan Ward | Pensacola Christian College
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(PATCHOGUE, NY) -- The Great South Bay Music Festival is thrilled to announce that they are back and bigger than ever, as the four-day music and arts festival presented by Voodoo Ranger will return to the newly revamped and picturesque waterfront at Shorefront Park in Patchogue Village from Thursday, July 18 through Sunday, July 21, 2024. The iconic festival is known for presenting a diverse variety of musical acts over the course of four days, with an eclectic lineup of headline artists performing alongside cutting-edge rising stars that you do not want to miss. This year, the festival will go back to its roots with a bit more "roots and classic rock."