CELBRATING 21 years since her debut album, Irish accordion queen Sharon Shannon will appear at the Chapel on November 12 at 7.30pm.

Shannon takes a trip through her back catalogue and is joined on stage by multi-instrumentalist and singer Alan Connor.

With the foot-stomp providing the beat and his boogie-woogie style on the piano, his music owes its origins in sound more to the tradition of New Orleans and the old blues masters than any Irish tradition.

Alan also plays electric guitar and with the use of loops manages to combine all these instruments simultaneously.

Tickets are £20, which includes a £2.50 donation to Salisbury Hospice in memory of Salisbury mum Lyn Futcher.

Tickets are available at the Salisbury Hospice Shop on Catherine Street, the Wyndham Arms on Estcourt Road, or online from wegottickets.co m/event/282714.

Support on the night is from local talent Lily McCauley n To celebrate the 21 years since Sharon’s debut album she has released 21 – The Definitive Sharon Shannon.

The collection features some wonderful collaborations, with the likes of Mundy, The Waterboys, Imelda May, and Jackson Browne, amongst notable others. It also contains the new single, ‘Lost Soul’ featuring Lucia Evans, and the forthcoming festive single, ‘Christmas Time Again’ featuring Wallis Bird.