Paul, First found your Arthur McBride on a mix Tape my brother gave me and it wasn't for many years until I knew who you were and dove into your catalog. The "thing" you have above most of the artists out today beside your considerable craft is emotional honesty. I believe every word you sing whether it's a traditional folk ballad or one of your own beautifully written songs. They touch me deeply. Thanks so much for keeping at it. Brendan Moir P.S. Come to LA!
If my husband and I could be said to share any music it’s Spirits Colliding which we always play when we go on any driving holiday. Love it! Can’t see how to get on your mailing list. Please add me. Thanks for all the hours of enjoyment listening to you. Val
At Cork Opera house concert and had a fabulous night. Thank you
Daar Paul, here a message From the Netherlands. I got your. New album for Christmas . Great Album Keep on Going ! I,m a great fan. I even so you play in Waterfront Hall in Belfast. I think we were the onlangs Dutch. !! See you zoon somewhere. Greetings. Hans
Paul Didnt realise you were playing St Canices I hope you are planning some gigs in 2018 and maybe Waterford might feature. All the best for the festive break and 2018. Cheers Paulo
It was great to see you in Kilkenny on the 16th Dec. It was a great gig. We particularly loved " Nothing But the Same Old Story" on the night..............to say it was performed with passion is an understatement!!!
Have been a fan for many years going back to the 70s. You just get better with. Thanks for the songs
Just wanted to say thank you for giving me a year of great music and memories. Came to Dublin in May for the 40th anniversary tour, Saw you in September in London at Cadogan Hall and just flew over to Dublin again for tonights gig with the band- all were really fantastic events. Now have 15 of your CD's and your music is a constant companion - which song, depending on which words match my mood. Thank you so much for all the pleasure you bring to so many peoples lives including my own. Hope you get some rest before tomorrow nights gig.
Hi Paul. Saw you for the 1st time in the Basement in Sydney the same night Crowded House were doing their farewell concert on the steps of the Opera House. Made the right choice in going to see you. Have been to a lot of your gigs in between and was in UL last night. It was even better than the 1st time - pure magic. So thanks - and congrats on getting better with age.
What a show last night in the Opera House in Cork for the new tour of the new album Unfinished Business. A mixture of new and old songs. It was brilliant.
great show in cork opera house last night love the new music band were so good 10 out 10 well done come back soon
Hi. Paul. While your version of Busted Loose will ever be bettered, the Chuck Farley Band make a pretty good effort at it. Worth a look on Youtube
Any plans for gigs on UK mainland ?
Congratulations for your new record and all your career! peace and love. Marcos
Music that touches the heart, mind & soul,new work so good, Paul Brady has a body of work that’s awesome and highlights once again his genius and talent.Thanks for the entertainment.
Love your music man, first heard ya when you used to lullaby me to sleep in Imelda's flat on the Harrow road (1974), I was always saying you should be doing your own stuff but I guess life just took it's time to get there.
Hi Paul , new album brilliant ,& different . Also love 'hard station'Looking forward to your cork visit.
Loved your music for a long time. I have seen you live many times The mean fiddler in London bout 1987 ish one of the many great gigs. I sang in an all girl head band in London ,and it would be my dream to get the opportunity to sing with you one day. hope to catch one of your upcoming gigs soon . Angela Greenan.🎵🎶🎤🎧
I've been to your concerts. I have all your music. Love everything you have ever done. But there is something very special about the Unfinished Business album. It's different. The 'poetry' is extraordinary this time. And there is a very special rhythm running and rolling through the album. I am sure there is one word for it but I cant find it yet. It's a kind of strong gentleness, if that makes sense. Well done, again, grateful for this wonderful album. Of all the concerts (including your life time achievement award), one of my favourite was at Siamsa Tire in Tralee with the band. Didn't drive home, just floated. Do come again. With best wishes, Dorothy p.s. you maybe dont read emails, but alas I am not on social media. Hope this reaches you
First visit to the Cadogan Hall and to your first 70th B'day gig. What a show. Very many thanks for a great evening and thanks to Steve on keys.