Making his third appearance on the stage at Lifford Old Courthouse, Jim Farmer Harte needs no introduction.
A Singer Songwriter of alternative folk/storytelling music based in Co Donegal, released first original album in 2018 ‘Think Twice’ Performed at Sessions In The House, Gypsy Wagon TV, Live At The Attic Derry, St. Augustine’s Derry, Narrowboat Sessions in Wales, most recently performed at Ghostlight Sessions at the Balor in Co. Donegal and at various other singer songwriter sessions around Ireland!
Currently working on a second original album to be released in 2022.
Paul Hannigan a native of Lifford began his artistic career in the 1990s as the drummer with “Drinking Honey” and “The other truth”. 
However following a medical diagnosis developed a love of poetry.
His influences include Dr.John Cooper Clarke and his goal is to bring creative writing to the widest possible audience.
Insightful and heartfelt Paul’s poems deal with a wide spectrum of topics, highlighting subjects such as positive mental health awareness and environmental protection issues.
Lynn Campbell (nee Crawford) is from Lifford in Co. Donegal and comes from a very musical family on both sides. She began writing songs in 2013 as a hobby and very quickly created an 8 track easy listening/country album entitled “The Story of Jack and Mary”. The album is unique in that each song is a chapter to the story but each song is a story in itself too.

In September 2013, the album was featured on Highland Radio’s Monday Night Sessions with Packie Keeney. However due to family commitments, a career in music was put on hold.
The introduction of lockdown in March 2020 afforded Lynn the extra time she needed to reignite her songwriting and she once again commenced working on the album. In March of 2021, she released her first single “The Appeal” and in September 2021 she released “Tell Me Why”, a duet featuring another Lifford native, singer/Songwriter, Martin McColgan. Both songs reached No.1 on the iTunes country download charts. More recently, “Tell Me Why” topped polls on radio stations all over the country as well as in the US and Australia.
Lynn hopes to release her album later this year after deciding to add an additional 4 tracks to the storyline.
Amy Meehan is a 19-year-old singer-songwriter from Manorcunningham, near Letterkenny in Donegal. She’s already made a big splash with her music, winning the ‘The ‘Talent Northwest Competition’ in Derry when she was just 13 years-old. 
The Courthouse Bistro will also be open on Saturday evening for a special pre-show menu. Spaces are limited and booking is essential. To book call us on (074) 9141733 or send us a message on Facebook.