Cara Dillon

Cara Dillon (born 21 July 1975 in Dungiven, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland) is a Irish folk singer. In 2001, she launched her career as a solo artist in the UK with the eponymous Cara Dillon album. However, Dillon had been pursuing a career in music since her teenage years, progressing through folk bands Óige and Equation and spending time working with her husband Sam Lakeman under the duo name Polar Star. She has also collaborated with artists from a variety of genres along the way.

She is the sister of Mary Dillon, formerly of Déanta, and is married to Sam Lakeman, with whom she has collaborated musically.

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Cara Dillon Discography - Collaborations and Guest Appearances
... Bowl (2002) Tommy Flemming - Voice Of Hope (2005) Dickon Hinchcliffe with Cara Dillon - Did You Ever Wonder Why? (2005) Keeping Mum - Music From The Motion Picture (2005) Judge Jules - Proven. 2Devine - Black Is The Colour (UK) - Promo CD (2006) Cara Dillon vs ...
Cara Dillon (album) - Track Listing
... All songs traditional/arranged by Dillon/Lakeman, except 8 ... (written by Dillon/Lakeman) "Black Is The Colour" – 404 "Donald Of Glencoe" – 532 "Craigie Hill" – 445 "Green Grows The Laurel" – 430 "The ...
Black Is The Colour (Of My True Love's Hair) - Recorded Versions
... Voices A Cappella Americana 2001 As seen at Epcot's American Adventure Cara Dillon Cara Dillon Folk 2001 Irish folk singer Cara Dillon chose to perform a female-addressed ... Julie Poole The Ash Grove 2005 2Devine featurung Cara Dillon House 2005 DJ Pete Devine (also known as 2Devine and Coco Green) produced a trance remix to Cara Dillon's version. 2006 Male-addressed version by American rock band The Twilight Singers She Loves You Rock 2007 Cara Dillon vs ...
Cara Dillon Discography
... In 1990, at the age of fourteen, folk artist Cara Dillon formed a traditional Irish music band with school friends called Óige ... Dillon's solo career began in 2001 with the release of her debut album Cara Dillon ... Signed to Rough Trade Records for her first three, Dillon released her fourth solo album in 2009 on her own label, Charcoal Records ...
Cara Dillon - Awards and Accolades - Other Accolades
2001 BBC Radio 3/FRoots Critics Poll #7 (for Cara Dillon) 2001 HMV Choice Reader's Poll #12 Best Albums (for Cara Dillon) 2004 HMV Choice Reader's Poll #9 Trad/Folk Section (for Sweet Liberty) 2006 Mixmag #1 ...