Kirsty MacColl on stage in Castlebar performs her first solo single.

Singer songwriter Kirsty MacColl performs 'There's A Guy Works Down The Chip Shop Swears He's Elvis'. The track was the first single from her debut solo album 'Desperate Character' (1981) and reached number 14 in the UK singles chart.

Recorded in The Traveller's Friend, Castlebar, during the week of the Castlebar International Song Contest, this episode of 'Road Show' featured Irish rock band Tweed with special guest Kirsty MacColl.

This programme from 'Road Show' was broadcast on 30 November 1981.

'Road Show' is a music series featuring performances recorded during summer festivals and shows around Ireland in 1981. The series began on 5 October 1981.