I’ll be on the KC Show on Today FM on Monday, January 3rd to chat about the Le Crunch Apple of My Eye Song Contest 2014
I’ll be judging the competition with Paul Walsh from Royseven, check out www.ouitolecrunch.com for more info.
Was so much fun performing on ZDF moma on Friday!
Two great gigs supporting Mary Black so far in Berlin and Lubeck! Having great craic. Looking forward to number 3 tonight in Dusseldorf. Ich liebe es!
Can’t wait to get back to Germany next week for some more gigs and my debut TV appearance on ZDF moma!
If you want a copy of my album click here, it’s delivered worldwide.
I had a great time supporting Ryan Sheridan in October, and I’ll be opening for Mary Black in January 2014.
Here are the shows:
Friday 24 January – Passionskriche, Berlin
Saturday 25 January – Kolosseum, Lübeck
Sunday 26 January – Savoy Theater, Düsseldorf
Tuesday 28 January – Lutherkirche, Osnabrück
Wednesday 29 January – Christuskirche, Bochum
Thursday 30 January 2014 – Heilig-Geist-Kirche, Frankfurt
You can get tickets by clicking here.
I did a performance of Lovesick Blues for a Patsy Cline special on TG4. Check it out…
Turn Off The Silence charity single is out now.
All money raised goes to the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre.
Have some big news – I’m delighted to announce I have signed a record deal with JSM in Germany, with my debut album coming out there later this year!
To mark the occasion, I’d also like to share the brand new video for Hold On with you all! Please Share if you enjoy it.
The video is directed by Simon Eustace, and features Aaron Heffernan, Mirjana Rendulic, Geraldine McAlinden and Colin Condon. Special thanks to Dogpatch Labs Dublin.
I’ve only been driving the rental car through New York for 30 seconds and I’m already being beeped at like I just ran over someone’s Granny. Co pilot Jenni is no help; out of the corner of my eye I can see her attempt to keep a calm face while tightly gripping the door handle. In the back seat Luke takes over for her as navigator while Maggie and Paddy keep quiet beside him not wanting to disturb us in this moment of terror. We’re on our way from Brooklyn to my first headline show in Boston. The next 20 minutes pass me in a blur but somehow we manage to get out of the city and on to the freeway unscathed. The rest of the trip passes by relatively uneventfully apart from one incident when we stop for lunch in a small town somewhere in Connecticut. I park down the road a bit from a café where we head to get some food. I’m sure to put in a good few quarters into the meter next to the car. As I’m sitting outside the café enjoying my pesto and cheese Panini I see a cop car pulled up beside our car. As I run over the cop gets in his car. I stare at the meter; I still have 8 minutes left. I take the ticket off the windscreen. “Offence: Parking with the passenger side wheel to the curb”…? I stare at the cop in disbelief… what does that even mean? He rolls down his window as he see’s the dumb look on my face and says in a thick Connecticut drawl, “Ma’am, you can’t park with your passenger side to the curb.” I can’t even utter the words, ”But I’m Irish!” Before he’s speeding off down the road in search of other parking offences.
We arrive in Boston and me and Luko head straight to sound check. The Burren is a really cool venue just outside the city. Sound check goes smoothly but I’m really nervous. It’s our first headline show of the tour and the first night Luke and me will play the full set together. After some food and a quick interview with Sean, we head downstairs to the dressing rooms to get changed. It’s time to go on stage and I’m really nervous. As I walk out from behind the curtain I see the place is rammed! A huge cheer greets us and we get straight into our first song “Let’s Find Some People”. The crowd is fantastic, a few songs in they’re singing along and really put me at ease, the nerves are soon forgotten about. After two encores I come off stage buzzing.
The rest of the evening is spent talking to audience members, it’s about half and half Irish and American and the response is great. I meet Andrew, Paul Brady’s nephew, who I had been introduced to last week in Whelan’s. He takes us all out into the city after the show. It’s an amazing night to start off the tour. Next stop Butte, Montana…