Tuesday, September 13, 2011

"For the Committed," a Sean McCann ticket offer for Iron Horse show on Monday, October 3rd. Win an extra FREE pair of tickets to their show for two of your friends plus a chance to introduce your guests to Séan, who will provide a private bodhran lesson before the show!

A message from Great Big Sea's Sean McCann and his band The Committed: We've been inspired by fans who have been telling us that they're bringing friends and family along to some of the upcoming US shows in the northeast (can't wait to see you!) and we love that you continue to help spread the word about Sean & The Committed and Great Big Sea. The group really DOES have some of the best fans in the world.

To honour your commitment, Sean would like to offer any advance ticket buyers the opportunity to win a FREE pair of tickets to their show for two of their friends. Not only will you be able to introduce your guests to the live Sean McCann & The Committed experience, but you will also have the opportunity introduce your guests to Sean at a pre-show meet and greet! Just email toshcontest@greatbigsean.com, post on the Facebook tour event page, or tweet@greatbigsean - letting us know which show you've committed to and who you're looking to bring along!

As a follow up to last year’s release, Lullabies for Bloodshot Eyes, Great Big Sea’s Séan McCann returns with the release of his second solo effort, Son of a Sailor. Having grown up in Newfoundland and spending nearly 18 years touring with the band, it’s not difficult to hear the musical and maritime influences on songs like “Rather Be a Sailor” and the title track. Drawing inspiration from the road, family, home, love and longing, Son of a Sailor provides the listener with a collection of first person narratives. When he’s not on the road, Séan returns home to his native St. John’s to write and spend time with his family.

Tickets for Sean McCannat the Iron Horse on Monday, October 3rd are available at Northampton Box Office,76 Main Street. 413-586-8686 and online at IHEG.com

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