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All news /  2014-12-19 06:30:50 / 

Mary Chapin Carpenter

Date / 2014-12-19 06:30:50

Famous songwriter single of America Mary Chapin Carpenter provided a wonderful thrill to the children of Lisheen National School in this week, at the time she tweet again a link to their video. Recently the children recorded their song 'Come Darkness, Come Light' for their CD on the occasion of Christmas and recorded a specialized video to go with it that is now available on YouTube.

And in this running week, the famous singer who penned the stunning song, tweeted again a link to it, with the note: 'Best early xmas of Lisheen Nat’l School doing Come Darkness, Come Light'

Mary Chapin Carpenter is the winner of five-time Grammy Award, and the just performer to have won 4 successive Grammys for the performance of Best Female Country Vocal. She was introduced into the Songwriters of Nashville 2012’s Hall of Fame, and even as she is almost certainly best known for their songs like ‘Down At The Twist and Shout’ and ‘Shut Up and Kiss Me’– it is their deeper, more thoughtful music that actually observes their shine throughout the artist. ‘The Moon and St Christopher’ was completed popular by their own Mary Black.

Her credit of the Lisheen kid is only the newest boost for the children from the small country school outer Skibbereen, who even looked on RTÉ's Nationwide at the present.

The students recorded the CD of Christmas Carols to elevate some money for the charity of Cancer Connect. The video informs the story of the whole recording day in the local area of church. buddies