Irish singer Brian Kennedy has a busy year ahead.
The singer and heart-throb has announced a series of dates across Germany, Northern Ireland, England and Scotland. He is also due to appear as support for Celtic band Clannad on the British and German legs of their 2013 European tour.
Brian, a native of Belfast, has released ten albums so far. He represented Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 with the self-penned Every song is a cry for love. His performance of the song at the semi-final was the 1000th performance at Eurovision and he was backed by singer Una Healy, who later joined UK pop act, The Saturdays. He finished in ninth position at the final.
Since then, Brain has continued his support of new talent by taking the role of judge in the Northern Irish show Young star search, and as a vocal coach in the first series of The voice of Ireland.
Brian’s dates in 2013 –
Tuesday 12th – Cafe Lietze, Berlin, Germany
Friday 22nd – 9th Belfast Nashville Songwriters Festival & Song Writing Convention, Belfast
Saturday 23rd – 9th Belfast Nashville Songwriters Festival & Song Writing Convention, Belfast
Saturday 20th – The London Irish Centre, Camden, London,
Sunday 21st – Chorlton Irish Club, Manchester,
Tuesday 23rd – The Green Hotel, Kinross, Perthshire
Thursday 25th– Oran Mor, Byres Road, Glasgow
Friday 26th – Epstein Theatre, 85 Hanover Street, Liverpool
Brian’s dates with Clannad –
Monday 11th – Passionskirche, Berlin
Saturday 9th – The Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
Sunday 10th: Warwick: Arts Centre
Tuesday 12th – Baths Hall, Scunthorpe
Wednesday 13th – The Sage, Gateshead
Friday 15th – Queens Hall, Edinburgh
Tuesday 19th – Town Hall, Leeds
Wednesday 20th – Shepherds Bush Empire, London
Thursday 21st – UEA, Norwich
Friday 22nd – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Saturday 23rd – G live, Gulidford
Brian in 2006 –