On Friday 24th March, the brilliant Paddy Casey plays the London Irish Centre.
To celebrate the release of Paddy Casey's brand new single ‘Won’t Take
Much’ alongside announcing the release of his fifth album ‘Turn This Ship
Around’, a double album, Paddy will play the London Irish Centre on the 24th of March 2023.
‘Won’t Take Much’, the
latest release from the album is a bouncy, uplifting, guitar-driven song
bursting with brass and strings. Featuring on the first part of the double
album ‘Turn This Ship Around’, the single reflects the upbeat, electric, synth
and guitar driven side to the album, while the second part embodies a more
laid-back, acoustic vibe.
Having been at the
forefront of the Irish music scene since his multi platinum selling debut album
‘Amen (So Be It)’, Paddy Casey’s career has taken him all over the globe
touring with acts like The Pretenders, R.E.M, Ian Brown, Blondie and Tracy
Chapman to name a few. Closer to home he has played all over Ireland,
including a sold out Dublin Castle, RDS and a record-breaking
week long run in The Olympia Theatre, alongside special guest spots with
U2, Pearl Jam, Bob Dylan and more.
Paddy Casey’s hugely successful
debut album ‘Amen (So Be It) achieved many international highlights including
tracks being featured in hit television shows such as ‘Dawson's Creek’
and ‘Roswell’ alongside extensive American and European tours. Further
establishing himself as one of the country's most successful artists, his
second album ‘Living’ went on to become one of the biggest ever selling albums
in Ireland (approximately 15 times platinum).
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