Listen to a clip from Fr. Liam Lawtons new album ‘Courage can Cry’ which is due for release on December 1st 2010 and find out about upcoming tour dates in December 2010.

Preview

courtesy of MPC Productions

Courage can Cry – The Album

Recorded in Ireland and in Prague, it contains 12 new songs from Liam, inspired by those who have had the courage to give a voice to the many who struggle in the world of today. The are songs about hope over adversity and the triumph of the human spirit when we can lay the ghosts of fear to rest and dare to journey within. These songs of shelter and hope are also inspired by the ancient French philosopher Blaise Paschal …. “We should always keep something beautiful in our hearts …”

The collection of songs includes a new song “Spero Lucem “ written for The Vard Sisters who have recorded previously with Liam.

The songs have been arranged for the beautiful Prague FILMHarmoic Orchestra with guest arists including Nigel Davies the great traditional player who is well known for his work with Riverdance.

Tour Dates

Liam will perform on a number of dates throughout the country, including a concert in his hometown of Edenderry (11th Dec) and culminating in a special concert on Dec 21st at Christchurch Cathedral.

Bookings –  www.liamlawton.com or http://ticketsireland.ie/

All concerts at 8pm

1st December

Venue: St. Mochtas Church, Porterstown, Dublin 15

5th December

Venue: Carrickmore Church, Tyrone

6th December

Venue: The Temperance Hall, Loughrea, Co Galway

7th December

Venue: St. Marys Church, Kilsaran, Co. Louth

8th December

Venue: St. Colmans Church, Claremorris, Co. Mayo

9th December

Venue: St. Marys Church, Lucan, Co. Dublin

10th December

Venue: St. Annes Church, Shankill, Co. Dublin

11th December

Venue: St. Marys Secondary School Gym, Edenderry

13th December

Venue: Holy Cross Church, Dunmore East, Co Waterford

14th December

Venue: Saint Fin Barres Cathedral, Cork City

17th December

Venue: Church of the Immaculate Conception, Oughterard

18th December

Venue: Bru Boru Theatre, Cashel, Co. Cork

19th December

Venue: St. Johns Church, Tralee, Co. Kerry

20th December

Venue: Church of St. Patrick, Trim, Co. Meath

21st December

Venue: Christ Church Cathedral Dublin