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What's On > The Paul Brady Concert Show

Luton Library Theatre

Date: Monday 12th May, 2014
Time: 19:30 - 21:30
Cost: 20
Booking information: Box office: 01582 878100

The Paul Brady Concert Show

Paul Brady, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist is one of Ireland's most highly regarded and successful artists. He crosses musical boundaries again and again, incorporating folk, rock, blues traditional Irish & classic pop styles into his songwriting. His live performances, whether solo or with full band, incorporate songs from his extensive catalog of 40 years. Oftenclassified as a musicians' musician, Paul Brady's songs
have been covered by a huge array of major artists.

He began to write songs in the early 80s and has since forged a reputation as one of Ireland’s finest singersongwriters, releasing many popular and critically acclaimed records. Songs such as The Island, Crazy Dreams, Nothing But The Same Old Story, Nobody Knows, Follow On, The Long Goodbye, The Homes of Donegal and Paradise Is Here have, over the years, given joy and emotional sustenance to generations of Irish at home and abroad.

An evening with Paul Brady on stage is a captivating experience, and this great talent can easily be compared to his contemporaries such as Jackson Browne, Van Morrison, Richard Thompson and Mark Knopfler.

Support: Lisbee Stainton 

Lisbee Stainton is the 25 year-old singer-songwriter known as 'The English Rose With The 8-String Guitar', who has been writing songs for 17 years. 

Lisbee has recently been touring as a special guest in folk star Seth Lakeman’s band, where her vocals and multi-instrument contributions have been singled-out for praise by music critics across the country. Having now performed together for the past two years, Lakeman describes Lisbee as, “a fantastic singer songwriter”.

"Bound for glory.an exquisite slice of traditional songwriting" The Times

"Cultured folk pop" The Independent on Sunday

Lisbee Stainton photo credit - Tom Griffiths www.tomgphoto.co.uk

Event website: www.paulbrady.com