Glen and Damien Release Christmas Charity Single for SVP

Glen Hansard & Damien Dempsey are set to release ‘The Auld Triangle’ this Friday, 3rd December, to raise awareness and much needed funds for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, (SVP).

“We recorded this song to highlight and raise funds for the work of Society of St. Vincent de Paul  which includes offering help to the many households each day in Ireland who are having difficulty keeping the lights on. You can help…”    Damien Dempsey & Glen Hansard (Nov 2010)

The single will be available to buy in stores and to download from iTunes. The single features three tracks:
1. The Auld Triangle
2. Raglan Road
3. Not on Your Own Tonight (Part 2)

‘The Auld Triangle’ and ‘Raglan Road’ were recorded by Karl Odlum and mixed by John Reynolds in November 2010.  ‘Not On Your Own Tonight’ is taken from Dempsey’s album ‘To Hell Or Barbados’, (Expanded Edition).  The single features a brilliant illustration by Eyebrowy.  Everyone involved in the production of this single has donated their time and services.

Proceeds from the single sales will be donated to The Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVP) to assist them in the valuable work that they do.

The SVP provide support to people in need in communities. This support is offered in a non-judgemental spirit of trust and confidentiality, and is always respectful of people's dignity. The SVP depend almost entirely on donations from the public to help them continue their vital work. By purchasing this single you are contributing to their annual appeal and offering hope to those who need it most.

For more information about the Society of the St. Vincent de Paul and how you can help please visit their website www.svp.ie/appeal
 

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