Clanard Court 's dedicated verse in Joseph Gorman's viral Kildare Lockdown song

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Down but most certainly not out - when you combine a great hotel based in a great county with a great musical maestro and team member you got to sing it from the rooftops!

Joseph Gorman Music
's viral Lockdown song now features a newly scribed extra verse, dedicated to the Clanard Court Hotel, where Joseph works part-time. A 21 year old Athy local and music student in Cork, Joseph donned his Clanard Crew uniform for us yesterday to premier his new verse in our hotel lobby. Here are his wonderful words (1.35 mins into below video):
'So I call out for support from this empty Clanard Court,
Where many couples come to say 'I do',
For they've had to close their doors for your well-being to ensure,
But they cannot wait to greet and welcome you!'
Joseph will be playing this Sunday 30th August for our customers on our patio to help us mark the occasion of re-opening our doors again for Outdoor Dining and Take Away.
His song has been so uplifting for the county, do support and share his song today! Check his other fantastic music out too,
Joseph Gorman Music
really is a local talent to watch.

For the shorter version of this song, go to our YouTube Channel:

Notes for Press:

Written and released by John Gorman Music from Athy, County Kildare who scribed this song as a tribute to his home county once it was announced by the Irish government it was going into Lockdown for another week due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Joseph a music student in Cork who also works at locally Athy based Clanard Court Hotel, added and dedicated this extra verse to the hotel's predicament with having to close up its doors for the 2nd time since the pandemic outbreak in Ireland. This video is filmed in the hotel's empty lobby during lockdown #2 in the county in August 2020.

For the longer full version of this song, go to our YouTube Channel