Cheyenne Concert Association The Cheyenne Concert Association presents

Cahal Dunne


Thursday, May 3, 2018 - 7:30 pm


Central High School Auditorium

5500 Education Drive

Cheyenne, WY  82009

Tickets are
Available at
the door
Cahal Dunne

Cahal Dunne, "Ireland's Happy Man", possesses that certain magical quality known in show business as "it." "It" transcends talent. "It" comes from deep within a great entertainer and washes over an audience, captivating them. This native of County Cork has a following of loyal admirers and friends that is unique in the rich history of Pittsburgh entertainment, and continues to make new friends with each appearance.

Mr. Dunne is the nephew of the former Prime Minister of Ireland, Jack Lynch. He received his Bachelor of Music degree from the University College of Cork.

In that same year he won first prize in the Castlebar Song Contest with his own song, "Shalom." He represented Ireland in the Yamaha World Song Contest in Tokyo with another of his own songs, "Lover, Not Just a Wife."

Mr. Dunne credits his winning of Ireland's National Song Contest as his biggest break. With his winning song, "Happy Man", he earned the right to represent Ireland at the International Eurovision Music Contest in Israel. The song became number one in Europe and Ireland with record sales topping the 250,000 mark.

Cahal Dunne is a composer, pianist, comedian, story teller, and television personality. His style is rich and deep, reflecting the many strands in his distinguished career. Sit back and enjoy this entertainer extraordinaire.

Sample Program

  • Danny Boy
  • Look At Us
  • Wild Irish Rose
  • Donald, Where's Your Trousers
  • Chopin's Fantasy Impromptu
  • Unchained Melody
  • When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
  • McNamara's Band Maria
  • The Mountains of Nourne
  • The Eagle Has Risen - 9/11 tribute to USA

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Tickets are very affordable

Tickets are available for purchase at the door
If you need more information you can e-mail us at 

Dorthy Gould 307-635-0833
Mary Shappell 307-214-7076