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Sinead's got LOVE BUG for success.

YOUNG 'n Country... that's Donegal's Sinead McGavigan who has just issued her debut five-track LOVE BUG collection.

And Siobhan is hoping that this is a major step in the direction she has always wanted to pursue career in showbiz.

The Lifford-born singer made her stage debut at the age of six winning line dancing competitions on both sides of the Irish Sea before venturing into the country music scene.

The 17-year-old line dancing champion has shared the stage spotlight with such top Country names as Daniel O'Donnell, Sandy Kelly, George Hamilton IV, Moe Bandy and Mick Denver.

She has also appeared on numerous concerts including the Highland Radio Concerts and on popular television shows such as Hugo and Friends.

Sinead has also performed guest spots at some of the music weekend shows in Bundoran.

Choosing songs is not always as easy as it seems but after careful consideration Sinead made her decision and ventured into the New Mills Studios.

With a little help from ace producer and session musicians Percy Robinson and John McHugh, she recorded the Alan Jackson classic Itty Bitty, the Johnny Cash hit Ring of Fire, the popular title track Love Bug, Tonight the Heartaches on Me penned by the Dixie Chicks and Let 'er Rip, a Billy Crain and Sandy Ramos number.

The five track release from Sinead McGavigan provides her with an ideal launch pad and look out for the young singer from Donegal in the times ahead.

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WORK IN PROGRESS: Sinead in the New Mills Studio, with producer Percy Robinson, where she recorded her new 5-track album that she hopes will see her follow in the footsteps of established Irish stars like Daniel O'Donnell, right, with whom she has already shared a stage
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jul 14, 2006
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