Welcome to the home of celebratory music! We’re glad you’ve found us. If you’re searching for a professional gospel ensemble for a wedding, retirement, celebration, function or indeed any occasion that calls for joyful music, then look no further.
The Gospel Project is a Dublin based gospel group whose remit includes everything from raising the roof at festivals and writing our own original material in the gospel genre, to providing top-quality gospel music for wedding ceremonies, functions, and corporate events. One of this country’s finest vocal harmony groups, we are guaranteed to make any occasion unforgettable.
Boasting experience, outstanding musicianship, and an unmistakable passion for the music we perform, The Gospel Project have been raising roofs around Ireland since 2004. In addition to singing at weddings, we have considerable experience recording, and performing at functions and corporate events in venues such as the Phoenix Park, The Sugar Club, Crawdaddy, The Button Factory, the Four Seasons Hotel, Dunamaise Arts Centre, the Axis Centre and The RDS.
We’ve just added the National Concert Hall to the list, with a performance there on May 2nd. Check out LYRIC FM’s live webcast of the event here. Just now we’re in the middle of our busy wedding season, singing our hearts out at wedding ceremonies the length and breath of Ireland. And on September 22nd we’ll be performing at the Dublin Unitarian Church as part of Culture Night. It’s all go here in camp gospel!
Need any further information on this or any of our other services? Drop Cathy a line on email@example.com or 087-6361314.
Please visit the Events page for info on all of The Gospel Project’s forthcoming performances.
.……..New single Heard You Call My Name now available from
The Gospel Project’s debut album, On the Outside, is also available to buy at live gigs, from Tower Records, Road Records, and Sound Cellar (all in Dublin), as well as from CD Baby and iTunes:
‘On the Outside is well worth checking out. Superb soul vocals…. funky guitar…. uplifting ensemble singing. ‘Something so Wonderful’ (the Eleanor McEvoy co-write with Henry Priestman) here truly blossoms into a delicious example of the genre’