As part of its "Music for the Millennium" series, BBC television crews were in Dublin on Monday [29 May] to record a major concert featuring Irish musicians of the past 30 years. The artists ranged from Paul Brady and the Chieftains through to the Corrs and Boyzone. Each act performed one of their own hits as well as a cover version of one of their heroes. This allowed Sinead O'Connor to sing a Rory Gallagher number. The event was staged in conjunction with Hot Press magazine.

The Irish Emigrant newsletter, June 5, 2000, Issue No. 696

NOTE! As far as we know, it was THERAPY the Belfast grunge rockers who played a Rory song and not Sinead! This event will be shown on T.V. Friday 16th on BBC1 AT 10 PM (The programme is called Hot Press Uncovered)

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