Siobhan O’Brien (born in Limerick, Ireland) is a singer-songwriter who performs with acoustic guitar and harmonica.She comes from four generations in the music business and is the niece of Brendan Bowyer The Royal Show band. She is the great granddaughter of Albert Bowyer of The Bowyer Westwood Opera Company of Blackpool, England. She made her first musical recording of a sea shanty at the age of six. Her solo work incorporates traditions of American song, including folk, blues, rock,country, and English, Scottish and Irish traditional music. Siobhán has performed for Bob Dylan, guest vocalist with The Chieftains at Boston Symphony Hall, guest vocalist with The San Diego Symphony Orchestra, Her third album ‘Songs I Grew Up To’ features Paddy Maloney (The Chieftains) on her versions of ‘Long Black Veil” and “Lakes of Ponchartrain. O’Brien Headlined UK’s only Bob Dylan Festival during the Leyenshulme Festival, South Manchester UK. 2013 she joined the lineup with Christy Moore, Declan Sinnott and some of the biggestnames in the music business for a Benefit for Henry McCullough (McCartney & Wings/Joe Cocker Band),Vicar Street, Dublin Ireland Live on RTE Radio.She has supported such acts as Donovan, The Cranberries, Damien Dempsey, Sharon Shannon, Maria McKee, Mick Flannery and Paul Brady.