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Celebrating the success of his fifth album, The Secret Life Of, Paddy Casey has come a long way from a childhood love of music that would bring hm to tears…
Having gotten his first guitar at the age of 12, it was clear long before that fateful day that young Dubliner Paddy Casey had soul.
Even at the age of six, music could make him cry. Which, you know, is what music is supposed to do.
Make you feel love and loss. Deep down in your soul.
Honing his craft by busking for the following 12 years, it was one night at Dublin’s International Bar that the 24-year-old Paddy Casey’s life changed forever. An A&R man from Sony was there, and he liked what he heard. A quick 2-day demo at Sun Studios in Dublin so impressed the label that they released the nine tracks recorded just as they were.
And the rest, as they say, is history. With a little hysteria thrown in.
Now with five albums to his credit – including this year’s The Secret Life Of – Casey has established himself as one of Ireland’s more interesting singer/songwriters. And catching him live in an intimate venue is pretty much where the man shines brightest…