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David wins 'Night for Christy' guitar

Monday, 2nd June, 2014 7:35pm
David wins 'Night for Christy' guitar

David Byrne receives the guitar from Christy Dignan. Photo: Daragh Owens

David wins 'Night for Christy' guitar

David Byrne receives the guitar from Christy Dignan. Photo: Daragh Owens

Before Aslan’s sellout show at Dublin’s Olympia Theatre tonight, Christy Dignan handed over a guitar signed by the lineup of 'A Night for Christy' held last June. The guitar was auctioned to raise money for Christy’s cancer treatment. David Byrne won the guitar on an eBay charity auction.

The guitar was signed by Bono, The Edge, Paul Brady, Glen Hansard, Damien Dempsey, Guggi, Finbar Furey, Kodaline, Mark Feehily, Bressie, Liam Ó Maonlai, Danny O’Reilly, Horslips, Ryan Sheridan, Mary Black, Don Mescall, Tom Dunne, Jerry Fish, Steve Wall, Paul Walsh, The Riptide Movement, Jedward and Gavin James.

 

Photo: Daragh Owens

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