Brian Cunningham | What Face of Ireland is known for?
Brian Cunningham was born and raised in the city of Teelin in Donegal, Ireland, a city well known as the Face of Ireland, one of the most beautiful villages in the country.
Brian Cunningham is an executive producer and managing director of country shows, that started with a yearly concert called ‘An evening of country music’ which used to be held on the first Monday of September every year in Donegal. At just sixteen he produced his first ever charity cd and tape called “Helping Me, Helping You” which raised large sums of money for his nearby hospice in Donegal. Brian Cunningham also started a yearly concert called ‘An evening of country music’ which used to be held on the first Monday of September every year in Donegal and The Christmas Country Concert Tour that is held every year and now has become a must for all country music fan lovers.
Ireland is a beautiful country, full of unique and fascinating landscapes, Vikings villages and smaller cities, like the one of Brian, that shows the reality of how stunning and charismatic Ireland can be. It also has a lot of amazing characteristics that many people don’t dream about. Brian Cunningham listed some of the facts that make Ireland exceptional.
The Irish Guinness World Records
· In 2012 two cities of Ireland were registered in the Guinness World Records with less than a month apart. A sum of 1,436 people became the largest gathering of people dressed as nuns in Listowel, Co. Kerry on June 30, 2012. Meanwhile in July 13 of the same year 574 people dressed as the Hulk at the Muckno Mania Festival in Castleblayney.
· The Dublin Irish Festival became the stage of the largest Irish dance involving 10,036 people, on August 4, 2007. Brian Cunningham says that the most 1–2–3 Irish dance steps in 30 seconds is 43 were achieved by Irishman Ben Carolan on the set of ‘Elev8’ (for RTÉ) in Dublin, Ireland, on August 3, 2012.
· Brian Cunningham brings the Jockey AP McCoy to discussion when he talks about how the athlete holds the record for the most times a single jockey has been jump racing Champion Jockey, 19 times between 1996 and 2014.