Source: Facebook/May Maloney

Glen Hansard was pulled into a singsong in a Westmeath chipper on St Stephen's night

He’s the king of the singsong, in fairness.

AFTER A WHOLE 24 hours of being cooped up in the house, the country is liable to go a bit mad on St Stephen’s night. This includes our Oscar-winning singer-songwriters.


Fresh from his annual Grafton Street busk on Christmas Eve, Glen Hansard was out Kilbeggan in Co Westmeath on Tuesday.

He dropped into the local chipper after for a bit of grub – it was there that he ran into musician Neil Moran, who just so happened to have his guitar on him… And you can guess what happened next.

Source: Facebook

The whole place roared along to Heyday by Glen’s late friend Mic Christopher, then moved on to The Auld Triangle:

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The video has been shared thousands of times on Facebook since it was posted by May Maloney earlier this week – she said that the singer “stayed for ages” singing with them:

Really sound in fairness. Don’t even know if he got his chips in the end!

Good man yourself Glen!

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