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Raymond Coleman

Just Here For The Craic



Folk singer Raymond Coleman was born in his native Ardboe, County Tyrone. Along with his unique vocals and love of ballads, he is quickly making a name for himself in the Irish/American music world.
 Raymond has played festivals all over America and in Ireland. He recently appeared on the Joanie Madden folk n’ Irish Cruise and the Cleveland Irish Cultural Festival in Ohio.

Raymond’s love of music is evident in his performances. He captivates his audience with his contagious charm and witty sense of humor. He can tell a story as he sings with a robust yet often gentle timber.

Not only is Raymond an excellent singer, but he is also an all-around performer who accompanies all his songs with his guitar.

Raymond’s love of music was largely influenced by his favorite musicians, Finbar Furey, Christy Moore & Christy Hennessy.

Raymond now lives in the Philadelphia area so that you can catch one of his magical music journeys in many different Irish/American pubs or clubs along the east coast.

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May 10
Tap Station
Doylestown, PA
7:00 PM
May 11
Fitzpatrick School of Dance
Allentown, PA
5:00 PM
May 14
NE, Philly
7:30 PM
May 16
Fainting Goat
Glenolden, PA
7:00 PM
May 17
Dubliner on the Delaware
New Hope, PA
7:00 PM
May 18
Harleysville Hotel
Harleysville, PA
8:00 PM
May 21
NE Philly
7:30 PM
May 23
Delran, NJ
6:00 PM
March 9
Green Parrot
Newtown, PA
4:00 PM
May 24
Havertown, PA
8:00 PM
March 10
Krick Wuder
Philadelphia, PA
11:00 AM
May 25-26
East Durham Irish Festival/Gavin's
East Durham, NY
3:00 PM
May 27
The Oar House
Sea Isle City, NJ
5:00 PM
May 28
NE Philly
7:30 PM
May 30
Fainting Goat
Glenolden, PA
7:00 PM
May 31
Private Party


Come to Ireland With Me

Fifty Sheds of Hay Tour 2024

Join Ray Coleman on his exclusive tour of music and laughter as he tours the beautiful country of Ireland. Your local guide and Ray will show you points of interest and beauty in Dublin, Kilkenny, Kinsale, Killarney, and the Dingle Peninsula.

Oifigiúil Website of Raymond Coleman.