Scouted at the tender age of 24 by Sony, a 3 day studio session led to a record deal and an album release of the session recordings called “Amen… So be it” which went double Platinum worldwide.
After a spell learning his trade on the road with the likes of The Pretenders, Tracey Chapman, REM and Ian Brown, Paddy’s second album, ‘Living’ proved so popular (15 times platinum) that he felt compelled to tour it.
After 5 years on the road, Paddy wanted to go back to his roots, his new album was mixed and recorded in his own house in Dublin.
An intimate gig at Red Gallery is a chance to hear some old favourites and new forthcoming material.
A percentage of the door takings will be given to the Children’s charity Little Hearts Matter, they offer support and information, and provide support and information to families who have been affected by a diagnosis of a single ventricle heart condition (half a working heart).
Thursday 25 September 2014 – Doors open 7.30pm
Tickets (on the door) £15 + Booking fee from Seetickets
1-3 Rivington Street