Sinéad Lohan – Sailing By
Continuing our series of underrated Irish music since 1960, reader Slip Digby would like us to put some respect on the name of Cork troubadour Sinéad Lohan (top).
The dreadlocked singer/songwriter emerged onto the national stage in the mid-’90s thanks in part to her inclusion on the A Woman’s Heart tour.
Sinéad’s follow-up No Mermaid was recorded in New Orleans and came out on Interscope Records in 1998.
She then quit the music industry to focus on raising her children.
Nick says: The South will rise again.