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Don Baker for Birr Theatre

Thursday, 8th May, 2014 4:08pm

Story by Laura Ryder
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Don Baker for Birr Theatre

Local fans of Don Baker are in for a treat, as the singer songwriter has included a date at Birr Theatre and Arts Centre on his tour list.

Over the years Baker has built up a solid reputation as a singer, guitarist, harmonica player and songwriter.

Many of his own compositions offer disarmingly honest reflections on aspects of his own life and personality, and he has openly spoken of his deeply spiritual approach to life and people.

Don has recorded several acclaimed albums, including Almost Illegal, Born with the Blues, Duckin' and Divin' and Miss You.

He will play Birr Theatre and Arts Centre on Saturday, May 10 at 8pm. Tickets are available on 057 9122911. More information is available at www.birrtheatre.com.

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