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Sinéad and the Dawnbreakers. Live at the Anchor & Hope Charlton 25 May 2010. by David Bailey (not the). A photographic record of a single night at the Anchor and Hope pub in Charlton with musicians Sinéad and the Dawnbreakers featuring Sinéad Quinn with special guest Glenn Tilbrook of Squeeze. Features & Details. Category Arts & Photography Books.
Sinéad and The Dawnbreakers are a four-piece rock/country band, fronted by Northern Irish singer/songwriter Sinéad Quinn.
Sinéad Quinn (Irish: Sinéad Ní Chuinn; born 24 March 1980) is a Northern Irish singer, best known as a contestant in the first series of the UK BBC TV series Fame Academy in 2002. She later went on to sign a recording contract, released an album, and had a UK single with "I Can't Break Down" in February 2003. Quinn did not enter the Fame Academy in the same way as the other contestants
Sinéad is currently in a band, Sinéad and the Dawnbreakers, as singer and acoustic guitarist. Husband and drummer for The Feeling, Paul Stewart, is also the drummer for Sinéad and the Dawnbreakers. Sinéad did not enter the Fame Academy in the same way as the other contestants. The first eleven contestants were picked by the show's judges, but the final contestant was picked through a public vote in the first programme of the series. Sinéad's only other releases to date was on the Fame Academy Album alongside all the other Fame Academy contestants and guest vocals on fellow contestant Malachi Cush's debut album. Both before and after Fame Academy, Sinéad was a keen songwriter and performer. The show allowed her to develop her song writing talents and provided her with her first ever singing lessons.
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Sinead And The Dawnbreakers. Duration: 04:35 Bitrate: 320 Kbps. The Dawnbreakers - Let& Live. Duration: 02:30 Bitrate: 320 Kbps. Sinead and the Dawnbreakers - Why do fools fall in Love - Anchor and Hope 25th May 2010.
Sinéad and The Dawnbreakers MySpace. Encyclopedia Article. Sinéad Quinn, Fame Academy, Phil Thornalley, Studio album, Music genre. Fame Academy (series 1).