Legendary Irish singer previews Kelowna show and remembers Queen – Kelowna Capital News

A legendary Irish singer travels to Kelowna.

Hugely popular overseas, Daniel O’Donnell will be on Tuesday September 20 performing a mix of new songs as well as some of his hit songs from his career spanning over 40 years.

“We’re going to be a selection of older stuff and maybe a little bit of newer stuff,” O’Donnell said. “I tend to do a lot of things that people are familiar with.”

In 2002, O’Donnell was awarded the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. As he received the award from then-Prince-turned-King Charles, O’Donnell was saddened by recent news of the Queen, whom he never got to meet.

“Obviously it’s a sad time,” O’Donnell said. “She should be admired for the way she conducted herself throughout her life.”

This is his first tour of Canada since before the pandemic and lasted in Kelowna in 2017. He was scheduled to tour Canada this time last year, but it was postponed.

O’Donnell is releasing a new album on Friday November 4 titled I wish you good.

The concert takes place at the Kelowna Community Theater and tickets cost between $64.50 and $84.50. Find tickets and more information here.


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