Glen participates in the Musical and Literary Celebration of Roddy Doyle’s ‘The Barrytown Trilogy’, the Dublin: One City One Book Choice for 2015, along with a host of other performers reading from the trilogy, as well as musicians. Including but not limited to: Tina Kelleher, Aidan Gillen, Colm Meaney, Peter Coonan, Neilí Conroy, and Ger Ryan; Colm Mac Con Iomaire, Imelda May, Damien Dempsey, Cait O’Riordan, Trouble Pilgrims, Richard Hawley, and Camille O’Sullivan.
Glen’s set: Didn’t He Ramble (new song dedicated to his dad Jemo Hansard), This Gift with Amy Hansard, The Dark End of the Street (from Commitments movie) a capella with Imelda May & actor Peter Coonan, Young Hearts Run Free (Candi Staton) with Imelda May and most of the artists who took part on backing vocals, The Auld Triangle (Brendan Behan) with Imelda May and Damien Dempsey
[Thanks to Jackie for the setlist.]
Didn’t He Ramble (by Avril Vickery)
The Dark End of the Street (by Avril Vickery)
Young Heart Run Free (by iambead.com)
The Auld Triangle (by DublinCityCouncil)