A clutch of well-known Irish musicians are lined up for a very special one-off gig at Dublin's National Concert Hall next month.
It's a tribute to Carole King's iconic album 'Tapestry', and the likes of Cathy Davey, Bronagh Gallagher, Mary Coughlan, Jennifer Evans and The Lost Brothers will interpret the songs live on July 17th.
It's part of the NCH's 'Art of the Song' series, which pays homage to classic albums; last year's concert saw various Irish acts interpreting songs from David Bowie's back catalogue to great success.
This time around, attendees can expect to hear songs like It's Too Late, I Feel the Earth Move, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow, and (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman.
Tickets are €25 and on sale now from nch.ie.