‘Where Else Would You Get It’ is the latest single release from IRMA Award nominee Fiona Kennedy. It’s the 4th single from the Cork singer songwriter in the past 12 months. With her last release, ‘The Place Of My Resurrection,’ going straight to no.1 in the iTunes Chart and receiving excellent airplay, this latest song harks back to her Folk roots and is beautifully produced by Declan Sinnott (Christy Moore/Mary Black).
No newcomer on the music scene, Fiona has opened for artists such as Kris Kristofferson & John Martyn, worked with Jimmy Smyth (‘Good To Be Gone’) and Donagh Long (‘You’ll Never Be The Sun’) among many others. After a break in her recording career, Fiona released ‘The Beach’ in 2017, an album produced by guitarist Bill Shanley (Ray Davies/Gilbert O’Sullivan).
In Fiona’s words: “The song is an honest & evocative memory of my childhood days fly-fishing with my late father on the lakes of Killarney. A Greenwells Glory was one of his favourite flies..’Matt’ was his fishing friend who invariably gave away the trout at the session in the pub on the way home…happy days!”
‘Where Else Would You Get It’ is released 8th September.