Singer Paul Brady announces Belfast and Derry gigs
Strabane singer Paul Brady has announced a number of tour dates this autumn - including shows in Belfast and Londonderry.
Following the release of his first studio album in seven years, Paul will perform at the Millennium Forum in Derry on November 20 before heading to Belfast's Ulster Hall on November 24.
The singer has also announced dates at the University Concert Hall in Limerick, the Cork Opera House, the Clanree Hotel in Letterkenny, and Dublin's Vicar Street.
Tickets for the shows go on sale from Thursday August 17th at 9am.
Paul's new album Unfinished Business will be released on September 8.
The record marks the follow up to 2010's acclaimed record Hooba Dooba and features nine new compositions and two traditional folk songs.
The album was mostly recorded at his studio in Dublin.
With a career spanning five decades, Paul has been honoured with Lifetime Achievement awards from The Irish Recorded Music Association and BBC Radio 2 ‘Folk on 2’.
He was also inducted into the British Composers and Songwriters Academy and Ireland’s Performing Right Society Songwriters Academy.
The singer was honoured by the President of Ireland with a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2015
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