Marc represented Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest with the Song "Mysterious Woman" finishing a very close second to the UK entry "Love Shine a Light" from Katrina and the Waves. Since then he has emerged as one of Ireland's leading song writers and entertainers. His own show, "A Tribute to the music of John Denver" is very successful and Marc continues to write and co-write his own original material with other well known artists including Rodney Crowell, Daniel O Donnell, Brian Kennedy and Yvonne Fahy. He hosts his own very successful radio show on Galway Bay FM and also hosts his own Country Music TV series recorded in Birmingham and broadcast on Sky TV.
A native of Ballinrobe, county Mayo, Sean won the national AIMS Award for 'Best Voice' no fewer than six times. He is a regular soloist in the National Concert Hall, Dublin. Most recently he played the part of King Cormac in the highly acclaimed production of 'Tara' in the prestigious Luxor Theater, Rotterdam.
Sean is a member of the famous Galway Tenors, and joins Frank Naughton in the superb Duo Vocis. He also performs his own very successful shows featuring the music of Mario Lanza and A Viennese Christmas.
Dublin born Yvonne McMahon comes from a well renowned musical family and has been the vocalist with Irish super group 'The Chieftains' for the last eight years. Now married to world famous comedian Tommy Tiernan, she also heads the highly successful production company Mabinog Ltd.
Michelle is a singer from Galway who has toured the world extensively and has performed in many renowned venues such as the Bejing Opera House, the House of Congress, the White House (for President's Bush and Obama) and more recently has performed as part of the opening act for the Rolling Stones in Slane.
Don Stiffe, with ‘a voice of rare expression and distinctive timbre,’ (Irish Examiner), has played and recorded with the best, among them, Sharon Shannon, Dolores Keane, Maura O’Connell, the Kilfenora Céili band, Marcus Hernon, Lunasa, Cherish the Ladies and Trad on the Prom. He was awarded "Song of the Year " by Live Ireland.
He became a household name with his stellar performances on The All Ireland Talent show 2011, which attracted live audiences of 800,000.
Trad on the Prom were delighted to be joined by Frank Naughton for their collective knockout performance on 'Up for the Match"
He subsequently performed with Trad on the Prom in Leisureland.
Frank has been singing since he could talk and was nominated "Best Male Voice" by the Association of Irish Musical Societies (AIMS).
His debut album, which was released in October 2003 to great acclaim. Entitled 'The Power Within', was an acknowledgement of the positive attitude that had helped him through illness, and showcases the powerful voice he owns!
To date he has released 2 more highly successful solo albums. Frank is a member of the famous The Galway Tenors and also together with Seán Costello makes up the world class duet Duo Vocis.