I’m getting set to hit the road in the next few days and I’m really excited to have this opportunity to share my music with so many people. My tour begins in Switzerland on the 12th April and I will be playing over 100 shows in almost 20 different countries across Europe. I’ve learn’t so much just through organising the tour and I’m excited to learn even further as I venture out on this journey.
I always find the hardest part of anything you want to accomplish in life is just starting it. I just started back running again yesterday after a long break during the Christmas holidays. I love running as it not only keeps me fit but it also clears my head and I feel fresh and really motivated after a long run.
Happy new year to you all. I hope its a year filed with good fortune for you and your family.
As you can imagine I have lots of New Years resolutions and ideas for the year ahead. This New Years eve I spent discussing my ideas with Aisling (the future wifey).
Im standing on the side of the stage ready to go on and play a song. I listened to the person speak before It was my turn. I taught to myself that looks easy. Ya I'll be just fine and I felt relaxed and not at all nervous. I was introduced by the MC and it was my turn to walk on stage and congratulate all the partcipants of this years
This blog will give a quick review of what I was up to in 2015. The lessons I've learn't the successes and the things I need to improve on and what I'll be up to for 2016.
Just recently I was playing a show in a rural town on the west coast of Ireland. I decided to call into the local newspaper to let them know that I was playing in a local venue in a few days time. They were interested to feature me in their local paper.
My very first concert I when to see was that of an Irish legend singer/songwriter by the name of Christie Hennessy. I was around 10 or 11 years old at the time and music was my only escape from the reality which surrounded me. I was introduced to Christie's music while growing up in "St Oliver's" which was a state run residential care home located in Limerick city, or as my friends at the time would call it "The Orphanage"