Newfoundland musician Séan McCann played in the groups the Newfoundland Republican Army and Rankin Street before joining Great Big Sea, which had a lengthy recording career beginning with its self-titled debut album in 1992. McCann contributed to all of the band's albums, singing, playing various instruments, and writing songs. He appeared under his own name on a couple of various-artists albums (contributing "The Town I Loved So Well" to Irish Drinkin' Songs and "Only Our Rivers Run Free" to The Best Irish Pub Songs), and finally made his full-length solo album debut with Lullabies for Bloodshot Eyes, released by Lean Ground Music on February 23, 2010. The following month, he was back on tour with Great Big Sea.
Share this page