Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 30 July 2014

Star appeal as Tommy goes on tour

Tommy Fleming

The Braid, Ballymena, Tonight, 8pm, Alley Theatre, Strabane, Tomorrow, 8pm, Burnavon Theatre, Cookstown, Sunday, 8pm

As one of Ireland’s bestselling artists, Tommy Fleming has had a hugely successful career, with the Sligo singer now spending most of his time touring abroad.

After 20 years honing his craft, the mere mention of a Tommy Fleming concert has the ‘sold out’ signs being displayed at venues from Dublin to Darwin. Recognised throughout his homeland and across the world as one of the finest singers of his generation, Fleming appeals to all ages, musical tastes, cultures and audiences.

Whether he is performing a cover version or his own original material, Fleming remains his own man and his unmistakable velvet-toned vocals make each song his own and make him a truly unique talent.

Unquestionably one of Ireland’s most successful entertainers, Fleming is known for not only his powerhouse voice but |also his quick wit and humour which combine to make his concerts a great night of entertainment.

With two albums on current release — Songs For A Winter’s Night and The Best Is Yet To Come — Tommy Fleming’s annual provincial tour is again proving to be a big attraction.

See venue websites for booking details.

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