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The Joshua Tree – New Roots is an 11 track studio collection which sees some of Ireland’s most outstanding musical talent cover songs from U2’s award-winning album ‘The Joshua Tree’.
Proceeds from the The Joshua Tree – New Roots will go to LauraLynn, Ireland’s Children’s Hospice.
This very special album has been made possible through the generosity of the performing artists, U2 and all the labels, managers and production teams involved.
1. Where the Streets Have No Name – Gavin James
2. I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For – Imelda May
3. With Or Without You – Picture This
4. Bullet the Blue Sky – All Tvvins
5. Running to Stand Still – Kodaline
6. Red Hill Mining Town – Aine Cahill
7. In God’s Country – The Academic
8. Trip Through the Waves – The Strypes
9. One Tree Hill – The Coronas
10. Exit – Fangclub
11. Mothers of the Disappeared – Lyra
12. Red Hill Mining Town – U2
Mary Shiel has written two beautiful children’s books about ‘Piper’s Pet Shop’, each with two fun stories!
Kindly illustrated by Adrian O’Reilly, these lovely stories are the perfect gift for any child.
100% of the profits from these wonderful books will come straight to LauraLynn, helping us provide much needed care to very sick children across Ireland.
Book One contains two stories: The Birthday Present and A Friend for Tonto.
Book Two contains two stories: Adam’s First Day and The Spanish Circus.
Please indicate which book you wish to purchase.
Jane McKenna, the founder of LauraLynn, Ireland’s Children’s Hospice, has written her memoir “Laura and Lynn’s story – Living in the shadow of their smiles”.
The story that emerges is a tribute both to her two young daughters and her own determination to create a meaningful and rich legacy in their honour – LauraLynn. The book includes diary excerpts along with input from friends and LauraLynn families.
Coping with the loss of a child can be different for dads but the joy of sharing stories of their beloved child with people who understand can be very healing… especially if its paired with an activity or a bit of friendly competition or fun.