Welcome to MarkusFeehily.Net. Markus Feehily, one of the lead singers in pop band Westlife, is a talented singer and songwriter from Ireland, known for co-writing songs like “I Will Reach You” and “Beautiful World” while in the band. Now flying solo, he has co-written all the tracks on his debut solo album. This site is a tribute to him and his creative soul for being an inspiration to many. We invite you to open your mind and let Mark's vibe and magic inspire your all. In 2015 Markus launched his solo career with his debut album "Fire", while now, he is about to release a new festive album called "Christmas" and is set to perform some special unplugged shows in the UK and Ireland.

Photo And Videos From The Manchester Christmas Unplugged Show

Ahh it looks like fans had a fantastic time last night seeing Markus Feehily at Manchester’s Ruby Lounge, which is no surprise of course! 😉 Erica shared her beautiful photo with Marky and three videos of our artist performing live and Debbie a funny video of him talking to the audience – thank you so much ladies! 😊🎤👦🏻🎄

▫️‘Merry Christmas Baby’
▫️‘River’
▫️‘Silent Night’
▫️Talking To The Audience

EDIT: Peter shared a video of Markus performing ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas‘ last night! 😃🎶

▫️‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’

Mark will be performing live at Glasgow’s St Lukes Church tonight as part of the Christmas Unplugged tour! 🙌 You can buy tickets by clicking here. 😃

Tue, 12thManchester, Ruby Lounge
Wed, 13thGlasgow, St Lukes Church
Sun, 17thLondon, Under The Bridge
Mon, 18thBelfast, Empite Music Hall
Tue, 19thDublin, The Sugar Club

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Dec 13, 2017
Nat & Villy

Coming home for Christmas

Mark Feehily on readjusting to life after Westlife

As Westlife ended, Mark Feehily also split up with his long-term boyfriend. He admits it took time to readjust, but is very much back on track, with a new album, solo gigs and a support slot for Mariah Carey, writes Esther McCarthy.

FIVE years ago, Mark Feehily stood alone in his Sligo home, looked around him, and reflected on what he would do with the rest of his life.

Westlife, the band he had grown up in, who had sold a massive 50m records worldwide and had 14 UK number one singles, were calling it quits. At the same time, his long-term relationship was coming to an end, and Feehily was understandably feeling vulnerable.

“I was in a relationship for seven years and that ended at the same time, pretty much, that the band ended,” he recalls. “You have two big pillars that are all of a sudden gone, and you’re kind of left… this sounds kind of bleak, but after Westlife finished and my relationship finished, I came back to my house in Sligo. I was literally in this lovely big house that I was lucky enough to be able to buy, and I was like: ‘OK what am I going to do now?’ It was a very real moment. No Westlife or success or money could remedy what I needed to fix.”

It’s an honest observation from the man who was once co-lead singer in the world’s biggest band. But Feehily now finds himself in a much better place. He’s found love again, and is forging a solo career on his own terms. Following his well-received debut album, Fire, he’s returning with a festive album simply called Christmas, and in doing so is realising a long-held ambition.

“I’ve always wanted to do a Christmas album, it’s something I was never quite able to convince the label at Westlife to do. A couple of years ago before I actually released my first album I did a version of ‘Oh Holy Night’ with a producer in London, and we were just going to put it out, but something in my gut said ‘it’s not the right time to do it’.”

The song choices reflect Feehily’s own love of music and some of his favourite artists. “There’s a song called ‘Merry Christmas Baby’ which I’ve taken from the Otis Redding version. I’ve got ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’ on it. But I’ve done it in a style which I’ve always felt is the true style to me, which has a very soul/jazz tinge to it. It’s a big sound, it’s got a big brass section.

“Then there’s a Donny Hathaway song called ‘This Christmas’ — they’re not the most obvious choices, but I think people will also know them. The song that’s closest to me is a song called ‘River’, which is a Joni Mitchell song, a beautiful piano ballad. Some songs I hear and I think: ‘I have to sing that song’. Joni Mitchell’s one of the best ever singer/songwriters as far as I’m concerned.”

As well as playing his own shows, on December 10 and 11 Mark will take on some of the biggest gigs of his career, supporting Mariah Carey at her Christmas UK concerts.

“It’s a highly anticipated gig. She puts on a pretty extravagant show production wise. She really is the queen of Christmas in the pop world. I am very lucky to be involved in that show. When I was growing up in Sligo I was a fan of hers when she brought the Christmas album out. I went into overdrive, because mum and dad were playing Christmas songs, but I then had great Christmas songs but sung by an artist I was very into at the time, and still am.”

After several years working with a band as successful as Westlife, Mark is happy to be taking life at a less frenetic pace. “You’d miss a friend’s wedding or a 21st birthday. It’s nice now to have a balance of work life and personal life. When you’re in the middle of a big machine like Westlife it’s not really balanced; it’s just 100% all the time. It was all really good, but I must say I’m appreciating massively the change in balance.

“I’ve enjoyed being in Sligo a lot, and I have a god-daughter now who’s five, in big school as she says, Millie. She’s my brother’s kid. And now I have a second god-daughter as well. I’ve always loved kids. Just being around my family, being able to bring them to school, you don’t think about it, but you actually miss all that.”

Feehily and his band-mates got used to the level of fame and attention that comes with such success, but he can still recall the sense of fear he felt at the prospect of coming out as gay during the height of Westlife’s success.

“Let’s say for someone who isn’t in that position, it’s as hard as it gets really, to come to terms with your sexuality. For a person struggling with that, it’s very difficult. It’s not like it can get any harder, but it’s another dimension added. All that people worry about, and I was one of them, worry about your family and friends, that somehow they’d disapprove, or be disappointed. But if you add millions of fans around the world to that equation…

“Obviously I had my own journey through it and came out the other end. It’s very easy in hindsight to look back and say you should have done it earlier. That doesn’t exist in that person’s mind at the time. That’s something that’s very dear to my heart, because occasionally someone will come up to me, it could be in a club, and say: ‘I’m gay but I can’t tell my parents’, or: ‘Me and my friends are all sporty, I could never tell anyone’.

“It’s something that really connects with me. I’ll always have that part of me inside that’s very aware, that remembers exactly what it feels like to be in that situation. It’s a very complex thing, and it’s funny, because a lot of people then, including myself, that have come out, think: ‘What the hell was I worried about?’ But that’s not how you feel at the time. That journey was very difficult for me but I wouldn’t claim my journey was any more difficult than anyone else’s. Everyone has their own hurdles in that situation.”

You get the sense that Feehily is very content with life post-Westlife, both in his music career and his personal life, where he is again in a steady relationship. “I’m four years into a relationship, very happy and settled, things have turned out really well. I feel happy that I’m in a good place, and I have a load of plans.”

▪️Christmas is now on release. Mark Feehily will perform at Dublin’s Sugar Club on December 19.

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Dec 13, 2017
Nat & Villy

Buzz.ie Interview

Mark Feehily on being pals with Mariah Carey and why that Westlife reunion won’t happen anytime soon

BY Rachael Kane

After recently being announced as the opening act for Mariah Carey on her UK tour, former Westlife star Mark Feehily reveals that he goes back a long way with the superstar singer. In 2000, when both she and the Irish boyband were in their heyday, they recorded a duet together which saw Mark and his pop comrades Nicky Byrne, Kian Egan, Shane Filan and Brian McFadden holed up in her lavish Italian mansion in Capri for several days to record Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now). And Mark reveals that Mariah “is most definitely not a diva, that was not our experience”.

The pair remained friends, and he has since found himself sitting on the floor of her London flat, chowing down on a Chinese takeaway with the award-winning chanteuse. Then Mark got a call from his manager explaining that Mariah was bringing her All I Want For Christmas tour to Britain (she is not playing Ireland, sadly) and wanted him for the guest slot. Having remained out of the spotlight for the past two years since the release of his first solo album, Mark jumped at the opportunity to revive his singing career and has just released a brand new Christmas album, called Christmas, funnily enough.

He will perform tracks from the new CD at a one-off gig in Dublin later this month, including a moving cover of Joni Mitchell’s River, an uplifting version of Otis Redding’s Merry Christmas Baby plus Mark’s own interpretations of Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas and Mariah Carey’s Miss You Most (at Christmas Time). Former Westlife manager Louis Walsh joined Mark for the launch in Dublin. As we know, the Sligo hunk is a man of many talents from renovating cars — he hit the headlines in 2015 when he was papped selling coffees from the back of his 1950 Citroen van, which he did just for fun — to flipping country piles. And his ambitions don’t stop at that.

“I’ve a lot planned for the next couple of years. In the last six months I’ve been doing a lot of vocal training,” Mark tells buzz.ie. “There’s also been quite a few musical theatre offers, which is exciting. That’s a world I’ve always loved so I’m trying to approach it in a legitimate way rather than just being the guy from Westlife. I’d love a challenging lead role in a musical,” he admits. Mark also intends to make his debut as a TV presenter over the coming months.

“Friends in the TV world approached me to get involved in a documentary about Irish music and the influence Irish songs have had worldwide through the years,” he explains. “This goes right back to the 1600s when a huge cohort of Irish people went to the Caribbean and brought their songs and instruments with them. The programme is coming to fruition quite quickly.”

As for Louis Walsh’s recent claim that Westlife will reform, Mark laughs: “Louis has this giant wooden spoon on his back and he likes to take it off from time to time and stir things up! But I think he’s right, all of us do want to get back together, but we just have no idea when. We haven’t had any conversations about it. Everyone’s busy doing their own thing. We might love the idea but I don’t think it’s going to happen for a while.”

In the meantime Mark is more than happy to enjoy “normal” life, or as normal as it can be when you’re hanging with Mariah Carey. “It’s funny how people always expect you to live in this five-star private jet type world — real life isn’t like that and I love real life. To me the private planes and the VIP stuff is all great. But I’m a normal person and I like doing normal everyday things.”

He continues: “Sometimes I’ll be in a pub in Dublin and people are like, what the hell are you doing here you should be in some VIP section. God forbid you’d go for a pint with your mates. Even in Westlife I’d slip off by myself to some pub down the road while the rest were in a VIP section surrounded by security. I always liked to escape and I think I always will to be honest.”

Mark’s romantic life is “fantastic”, he confides. “I’ve been in a relationship now for four years. He’s Irish and he’s not in the business so he’s quite shy but he’s quite happy to let me do my thing. Life is great in that respect. I couldn’t be happier.” The pair have been living together in Sligo, having initially got together when Mark was based in London. As for taking things to the next level, he tells me: “We are both quite traditional and romantic. I think marriage and kids are what we would both love one day. It’s just a matter of when, as opposed to if. But for now we are focused more on just enjoying our relationship.”

Mark has never been as excited for Christmas as he is this year, as he looks forward to moving into his new Sligo home, which was a building site this time last year. And he can’t wait to get stuck into cooking the turkey. “When we were in Westlife we lived in hotels 90 per cent of the time. Everything was done for us. You never had to cook a meal, for example. Now I love being in the kitchen. I’m confident I’ll manage the turkey but my other half is a great chef with lots of experience so I can call on him if anything goes wrong for me,” he laughs.

In addition to a support slot for Mariah’s All I Want For Christmas tour, Mark Feehily will perform his new Christmas album at the The Sugar Club, Dublin on Tuesday December 19. Tickets €27.90 from ticketmaster.ie His new album Christmas is available now for download and in record stores.

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Dec 13, 2017
Nat & Villy

Christmas Unplugged Tour Kicks Off Tonight

YAAAS!! 😁 Such an exciting day for Markus, as well as the fans! 🙌 The Christmas Unplugged Tour kicks off tonight in Manchester and everyone who’ll attend is in for a treat! 👌😉 We are extremely happy for the release of ‘Christmas’ and the shows too and want to wish BEST LUCK to Marky, we are sure he will nail it and fans will have the time of their lives! 🤗 THAT VOICE is everything… ✨🎤👦🏻🎄🎵

Manchester concert information:

VIP doors: 18:00
Doors: 20:00
Glenn & Ronan: 20:30
Mark Feehily: 21:15
Curfew: 23:00

If you haven’t got your tickets yet, click here for all the details.

Tue, 12thManchester, Ruby Lounge
Wed, 13thGlasgow, St Lukes Church
Sun, 17thLondon, Under The Bridge
Mon, 18thBelfast, Empite Music Hall
Tue, 19thDublin, The Sugar Club

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Dec 12, 2017
Nat & Villy

“Wow Manchester You Were Great Tonight”

Markus opened Mariah Carey‘s All I Want For Christmas concert in Manchester last night and he tweeted after the show: Wow Manchester you were great tonight I loved being back in that arena performing again so many memories. Caught @MariahCarey performance after mine & she is looking and sounding phenomenal …next stop The 02 London tomorrow night 🎄🎄🎄🎅🏻🎅🏻🎅🏻 xx. 🎵😊❤️🎄

Remember that his festive album ‘Christmas’ is OUT and you can order it worldwide! 👌😉🎁

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Dec 11, 2017
Nat & Villy

Mark Feehily respects boyfriend’s wishes to avoid limelight

Former Westlife singer Mark Feehily has said he respects his boyfriend’s lack of interest in attending red carpet events with him as he is “quite a private guy” and has no interest in being in “the limelight”.

The 37-year-old explained that it is “really nice” that his partner has no interest in that side of his life, as he knows he is just interested in him, and not the publicity.

“He’s quite a private guy, he stays away from the limelight. He’s a really fun guy but he’s not in the music or entertainment scene but he doesn’t like the red carpet,” Feehily told Bang Showbiz.

“Like, I went to the EMAs the other night and he didn’t want to come because he’s happy to do his thing and let me do my thing when it comes to work. I’ve managed to get him to one or two events. But I think that’s quite important to us and it’s important to me to respect that.”

He added, “As much as it’s my decision to be on the red carpet it’s his to not bother with all that, and it is really nice because there’s a lot of people out there who would love to be on the red carpet with you to the point that you’d wonder if it was you or the red carpet they were after.”

Feehily was previously engaged to British fashion photographer Kevin McDaid, with the spair splitting in 2011, and he has said he “dreams in the future to get married.”

“I’m a traditionalist at heart and it’s always gonna be one of my dreams in the future to get married – but both of us are very laid back on that front,” he said.

“Sometimes people base everything on getting married but we’re happy as we are at the moment with the way things are going. There’s no pressure on that at the moment.”

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Dec 10, 2017
Nat & Villy

Watch ‘River’ Performance On The Ray D’Arcy Show

Markus was on The Ray D’Arcy Show on RTÉ last night, giving a breath-taking performance of ‘River‘, one of the songs that you can find on his brilliant new festive album ‘Christmas. Remember you can also enjoy the magic of it all live, as Marky will be touring in the UK and Ireland next week! 😃❤️🎶

Markus shared a lovely photo of himself from the rehearsals and RTÉ One posted a photo before his performance:

Lovely fan Giovanna also saved and shared on Twitter the following Instagram Stories! 😊


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Dec 10, 2017
Nat & Villy

Have You Got Tickets For Mark’s Christmas Unplugged Tour?

Whoop! Guys, Mark’s Christmas Unplugged Tour kicks off THIS TUESDAY so if you haven’t got a ticket yet and are able to go, make sure you will! 🎤👦🏻❤️ This lad has soul and will give his heart performing in front of the fans! 👌😊🎵

Tue, 12thManchester, Ruby Lounge
Wed, 13thGlasgow, St Lukes Church
Sun, 17thLondon, Under The Bridge
Mon, 18thBelfast, Empite Music Hall
Tue, 19thDublin, The Sugar Club

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Dec 10, 2017
Nat & Villy

Mark Feehily hopes to ‘relive the magic’ with Westlife reunion

WESTLIFE’S Mark Feehily is set to reveal his festive album on Mariah Carey’s UK tour. He tells Kirsten Jones about his comeback year.

It may be five years since Westlife split up, but Mark Feehily can still hit the high note in their smash hit Flying Without Wings.

“I used to give myself hell over that high note,” laughs Mark, 37.

“People ask me to sing it all the time and I’m like, ‘Not right now, I’m in the pub.’”

The 90s ballad won record of the year in 1999 and kick-started Westlife’s rise to fame to become one of the biggest boy bands in the world.

They sold over 50 million records, scored 14 number one singles and sang with legends such as Diana Ross, Sinéad O’Connor and Donny Osmond.

They outsold the Spice Girls, toured the world and hit Christmas number one with I Had A Dream. But even Mark admits there can only be one Queen of Christmas, and that’s Mariah Carey.

“I remember hearing her voice for the first time,” he says.

“I was just a kid, but I was blown away.”

Luckily, Mark didn’t have to wait long to hear her again. As Westlife fever spread, the boys were shipped off to Capri to record Against All Odds with the lady herself.

“We got on so well at the showbiz parties. That’s never changed,” he smiles.

“When we meet it’s not ‘two kisses and see you later’. She runs down the hallway with open arms.”

Seventeen years since their song hit number one, Mariah and Mark are back in business.

Tonight, Mariah takes her festive hits on tour to Manchester, followed by London tomorrow, and lucky Mark is warming up the crowds with hits from his brand-new Christmas album – no pressure.

“As a youngster I was a big fan of Mariah’s Christmas album. Every year it would come out of the closet… out of storage, I mean.”

A lot has changed since 1999. Mariah is still at the top of her game and now has twins in tow, while Mark tried his hand in catering and has now gone solo. He’s been hard at work on his Christmas album, singing in a very different style to his boy band days.

“I feel most at home singing in the style of jazz, blues and soul,” he admits.

“Mariah has massive gospel influences in her songs. She’s still my idol.”

Mark will sing his own versions of some big festive hits on stage before Mariah’s big moment. His favourites are Merry Christmas Baby by Otis Redding, Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas and Joni Mitchell’s ballad River.

“I had recorded a couple of Christmas songs last year but something told me to hold on to them. Thankfully, I did. When I got the call to support Mariah I thought, ‘This is it. This is the year to release my Christmas records.’”

His seasonal tunes come two years after his first solo album, released in 2015.

Die-hard fans will be pleased to hear that it’s not just Christmas music on Mark’s radar. He’ll be back next year with more tunes and they won’t be too dark, either.

“Fire was a dark album. A lot of songs were about break-ups because of Westlife ending,” he says.

“I’ll never lose that melancholy though. You won’t hear me singing Is This The Way To Amarillo anytime soon.”

With Westlife rifts tucked away in the past, Mark’s been inspired by something completely different. He’s a self-confessed family man back in Sligo and is a doting uncle to his niece, who he takes to school everyday.

“The last five years have allowed me the space to find out what I care about in life. Running around the world trying to chase what Westlife achieved is not a focus for me. That’s a battle that will only ever be lost.”

So there’s no chance of a Westlife reunion in 2018? Apparently not. While five years may seem like a lifetime to the fans, it’s not quite enough for the boys.

“In some ways it feels like a while, but in other ways it doesn’t feel that long at all,” he muses.

“I think we all agree that it would be fantastic to be back together to live that magic again. We’ll look forward to it when the time is right.”

Next year marks 20 years since the boys met manager Louis Walsh.

The music mogul supports new talent on The X Factor every year so perhaps Mark could join him? Well, he wouldn’t say no.

“I’d love to meet raw, upcoming talent and guide them on their journey, but there is part of me that says, ‘Stick to the singing.’”

While many boy band members and soap stars hit the stage for panto season, we may have to wait a year or two for Mark to sign up.

“A bit of a laugh always interests me,” he says.

“I’d never frown on a role.”

Besides, he has panto memories of his own.

“In my teens I was part of a boy band called Pantozone,” he laughs.

“I got pulled in at the last minute as no one else could sing.”

As Christmas creeps closer, Mark is looking forward to switching off from work and settling down with family and friends.

“I’ve spent many years whipping back and forth for Christmas. This year is about being at home,” he says.

“With Westlife I worked myself into a mess at the start of every year. Now I’m solo I want to enjoy the holidays and get that fire burning in 2018.”

Mark Feehily’s new album Christmas is out now.

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Dec 10, 2017
Nat & Villy

‘I feel I’ve come out the other end of a dark journey’

Mark Feehily on finding love and musical success

Caitlin McBride

Mark Feehily is having a moment.

He enjoyed international fame and fortune for 14 years with Westlife, playing sold-out stadium gigs around the world; but these days, he prefers to focus on the joys of domesticity, enjoying all the little things in his day-to-day life in Sligo and he’s been reunited with his first love – music.

It’s been two years since his debut solo album Fire was released which he says reflects a “darker period” in his life, but now he’s back with something more jovial, in fact, as joyful as it gets –a Christmas album, indicative of him finding light (and love) at the end of the tunnel.

While recording his first album, he was dealing with the end of his relationship with ex-fiancé Kevin McDaid and adjusting to life without Westlife, which was apparent in his music. Now, he’s in a relationship, spending time with his family and back home in Ireland.
“I made that album between three and three and a half years ago, over the course of 18 months. Westlife had just finished, my last relationship ended and it was a darker time; especially now in hindsight, it was a more difficult time for me and I navigated it as best I could,” he tells Independent.ie Style.

“Making the album at that point in my life genuinely reflected it – the songs on my first solo album were breakup songs and about the trials and tribulations of single life, meeting people and the search for the right person. It was slightly darker, but not mega dark. Now I feel I’ve come out the other end of that journey, I’m living back in Ireland for the last two and a half years and I’ve been in a relationship for the last four years.”
He’s iving in his native Sligo after settling in London for most of his career and later to Dublin and in a way only a former megastar can, he finds happiness in the mundane, enjoying all those smaller moments he missed out on while working and touring.

“I’m living in Sligo a year and a half, I was in Dublin a year before that. I have two goddaughters, one is in school, so I bring her to school, all those little things,” he adds.

“I was always very family oriented, but I was living in London and as much as I enjoyed it, I think inevitably I was always going to feel I was too far away. I wanted my family in my life on a daily basis. London is great in terms of anonymity; in Sligo, they just treat me like a local, I like just being a normal part of the community.”

His relationship is rock solid, although he prefers not to divulge any details about his other half, who doesn’t work in the industry.

“It’s fantastic. There was a time when I was single and I didn’t particular enjoy it, it didn’t take me long to realise I prefer being in a relationship,” he explains. “I was very grateful to meet somebody not in the industry – I have that balance where I can work hard, come home and switch off. It’s not 24/7 for me.

“For me, I just respect he’s not in the industry.”

When I ask if he’ll share his name, he says he’ll let him “in his own time”, adding: “I don’t even shine that much to publicity, it’s part of my job and that’s fine with me.”

In the wake of a myriad sexual misconduct allegations emerging across industries, particularly in entertainment, I ask him if he’s seen anything in the music industry in Ireland.
“With us, we were a band so we were like a little gang. We always had that protection of always having people around us. Fortunately we haven’t met any personal experience that would stand out,” he said.

“Obviously it’s not just the entertainment industry, it’s a variety of different characters similar to any industry, media, film – there’s always going to be challenges like that and unsavoury characters, Westlife always protected because we were a little gang
“If anyone was ever acting a bit odd, we always had each other’s backs. We weren’t as vulnerable as solo artists might have been. “

In addition to his new album, he’s landed a gig with the Queen of Christmas herelf – Mariah Carey – whom he has experience collaborating with after Westlife performed together for their cover of Against All Odds back in 1999. The story of their reunion isn’t one of star-crossed professionals, but rather down to the fact that they share the same agent who did some “musical matchmaking” coupled with the fact that they get along quite well.

“Everything is falling into place in a nice way, I’m appreciating how all the stars are aligning,” he said.
“Sometimes, collaborations can be like two ships passing in the night, you meet once or twice and that’s it; but we’ve stayed in touch. I feel like she’s not your best mate, but in terms of the relationship with a fellow artists, it’s a pretty good and strong one. I’m aware she’s a huge star and she’ll always be Mariah Carey in one way, but in another, I’m just a big fan of her as an artist. I try not to think about how much of a mega-star she is so we can try and have a relatively normal chat, so I’m not just sitting there thinking, ‘Oh My God, it’s Mariah Carey’.

Recording a Christmas album was always on his bucket list and his new work gives him the opportunity to have more of an intimate relationship with his fans at gigs – he’s performing at smaller venues and plans interaction with the crowd.

He’ll be taking to the stage of Dublin’s Sugar Club on December 19th and Belfast’s Empire Hall on December 18th.

“It’s going to be some Westlife songs thrown in among the new Christmas songs for new album and from my first solo album,” he says. “It’s a mixture, it’s a very up close and personal gig that involves a lot of talking to the audience, it’s the complete opposite to the big stage and barriers separating you from fans. “

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Dec 9, 2017
Nat & Villy