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Paul Brady

Media Release 30 July 2014

Summer @ NCH welcomes Paul Brady

Saturday 9 August, 2014, 8pm
Tickets: www.nch.ie €35

On 9th of August, Irish singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Paul Brady will take to the stage with his band to perform a back catalogue of his most celebrated works. He is one of Ireland’s most enduringly popular and acclaimed artists who has worked with a range of performers including Carole King, Ronan Keating, Conner Reeves, Christy Moore and more.


 
Born in Northern Ireland, Paul Brady started out as a singer and performer in RnB / Soul bands. In 1969 he joined The Johnstons who were at the forefront of the traditional Irish music scene along with The Dubliner's and The Clancy Brothers. After several successful albums Paul joined Planxty who featured future stars Christy Moore, Donal Lunny, Liam O'Flynn and Andy Irvine. It was with the latter that Paul Brady formed a duo and a classic album "Andy Irvine and Paul Brady" in 1977.
After going solo, Paul Brady has released a series of impressive and legendary albums such as "True for You", "Primitive Dance", "Spirits Colliding", "Say what you feel" & "Hooba Dooba”.

He continues to push out the boundaries not only of his own talent but of Irish contemporary music.
 
Full list of Summer @ NCH Performances
Tues. 24 June             Rodrigo y Gabriela      
Tues. 1 July                 Tinariwen                     

Sat. 19 July      
            Altan                             

Sat. 26 July                  The Art of the Song: David Bowie 



Sat. 2 August              Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club® 
 
   

Sat. 9 August    
         Paul Brady                  

Sat 16 August            Sinead O’Connor
 
Media Partners
Print Media Partner                  Independent News & Media
Radio Partner                           Newstalk 106-108FM
 
For Further Media Information about Summer@NCH
Christine Monk | 087 675 5329 | monk.christine@gmail.com
For Further Media Information about the National Concert Hall
Sinead Doyle | 087 177 5334 | sinead.doyle@nch.ie