"From her first success winning a talent competition at the Grand Hotel, Tramore, she moved on to the 'Glass' Tops Show and made her cabaret debut with Honeycomb, which lasted only six months. Some solo spots, charity gigs. 1978 thrust her back into the limelight when she was chosen as Waterford's Rose Of Tralee. She didn't win but gained precious TV experience. She was immediately snapped up by the Troubadoures. In 1979 she appeared on the Late Late Show [on RTE]. In the mid-80s, she joined Waves." -- from 'Heads & Tails'
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