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 for many. We invite you to open your mind and let Markus' vibe and magic inspire your all. In 2015 Markus launched his solo career kicking it off with debut single "Love Is a Drug", followed by "Butterfly" and his album "Fire".

Picture Of Markus In “Lovely Ireland”

Now, the following photo has so much beauty in it… Markus, Ireland and snow!! 🤗👦🏻🇮🇪❄️ He shared it earlier today on Twitter, writing: “Lovely Ireland 🇮🇪”. ❤️

Credit/Source: twitter.com/MarkusFeehily

Feb 16, 2018
Nat & Villy

Markus At Macnean House & Restaurant

N’awe, it looks like Marky had a fab time last night at Macnean House and Restaurant in Ireland, as he tweeted them saying: “I would have to go back years, not weeks or months, to remember a dining experience as good as last night. Truly stunning, thanks for the hospitality, Mark.“. 😃💙

Singer/ Songwriter/ Tv Presenter Lisa McHugh bumped into him and shared two beautiful photos, writing it was a “pleasure to meet” him, to which he replied: “lovely to meet you and your parents! See you again sometime x“. 😁

Credit/Source: twitter.com/MarkusFeehily / instagram.com/lisa_mchugh / twitter.com/LisaMcHughx

Feb 16, 2018
Nat & Villy

Happy Valentine’s Day!

We want to wish you all, as well as to Marky, a very very happy Valentine’s Day! 🌸🤗💖 Enjoy today and remember to show your love and appreciation to your Valentine every day everyone! 🤗💞


Feb 14, 2018
Nat & Villy

New clip on Markus’ Instagram

OMG haaaa!!! love this clip on Markus’ Instagram! 😄 Love his voice!!! LOVE HIM! 😄💜👯‍♂️🎵


Mark Feehily (@markusmoments) on

Download the video here (right-click and “Save Target As / Download Linked File As“).

‬Don’t forget to follow him if you are not doing it already. ;)

Credit/Source: instagram.com/MarkusMoments

Feb 9, 2018
Nat & Villy

Photo Of Markus With Jaz Ellington Taken In December

Back in December, when Marky opened Mariah Carey’s UK shows in Manchester and London, one of the singers who sung backing vocals for him, Jaz Ellington, shared a beautiful photo taken while they were in the audience during Mariah’s show. 😃

Credit/Source: instagram.com/jazellington / Thanks Suzie for the heads-up

Feb 6, 2018
Nat & Villy

Markus Bumped Into His Year Of Birth!

Yes, he really did haha! 😜 He shared a photo of himself with his year of birth as a matter of fact, writing: “Bumped into my YOB earlier“! 😉💙

Credit/Source: instagram.com/markusmoments

Jan 27, 2018
Nat & Villy

Markus On a Road Trip

You’ve been missing our lad and been wondering what he’s up to? 👀 Whoop, he appeared today and we’re very happy to see he’s having a fab time. 😉 He shared a gorgeous photo of himself on his social media, in front of a quite massive car haha writing: “Let’s take it for a spin! ☀️ Hope everyone is having a great January 😘 xMx #roadtrip“. 🏞💞🌄

Jodi Albert commented on the photo on Instagram saying, “Love it!!! 🙌🏼“, and we couldn’t agree more! 🤗

Credit/Source: instagram.com/markusmoments

Jan 24, 2018
Nat & Villy

Markus Feehily: “Happy NY Everyone see you in 2018”

N’aw, Marky posted a tweet that made us smile on New Year’s Eve! He wished his followers Happy New Year and wrote “see you in 2018“, whoop! 😊🎉❤️

Credit/Source: twitter.com/MarkusFeehily

Jan 1, 2018
Nat & Villy

Happy New Year!

2018 IS HERE and we want to wish you all, as well as Marky, a very very HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! 😃🎉🥂✨ Let it be filled with love, good health and happiness for everyone! 😊❤️

We look forward to everything coming in the Feehily world in the new year; our artist has mentioned that he wants to create a new album in 2018 so it’s all so exciting!! 🎶🌟😁

Much love,
Nat & Villy x

Jan 1, 2018
Nat & Villy

I like the idea of presents that last

Singer Mark Feehily on what he’s really hoping for over the festive season — and why art is his biggest luxury spend

Mark Feehily was one of the lead singers in Westlife, the biggest pop group in Irish history.

They had 26 Top Ten singles, 14 Number One hits, selling 50 million records worldwide, before they disbanded in 2012.

The band were formed in 1998, signed by Simon Cowell and managed by Louis Walsh. By the time they played their last ever gig in Croke Park, they were estimated to be worth €9m each.

Feehily, 37, from Sligo, was often the soloist in Westlife, and was the main vocalist, along with Shane Filan. He launched a solo career in 2015, releasing his debut studio album, Fire.

He recently supported Mariah Carey in Manchester and London.

Are you a saver or a spender?

It goes in phases. Through many of the Westlife years, I was probably far too sensible, and so then I learned to enjoy it more. I’d be buying candles for €100, before I learned they only burn out, so it doesn’t matter if they’re a tenner. I became a bit flamboyant, although I was always wary not to just blow money. I’ve got more sensible now, and I’m somewhere in the middle.

What was your first job and how much did it pay?

I worked in a fast food restaurant called Café Yeats in Sligo. I started off at the bottom, cleaning up and mopping. It was 1995 and I got about IR£5 an hour. I’d be there with the mop, listening to Backstreet Boys on the radio and dreaming of pop stardom. It’s funny, in hindsight, how I ended up supporting them. It’s like something from a movie.

Do you download music or buy records?

I have submitted to the download world. I will buy the album as well if I really like the artist. The first album I got was Michael Jackson’s Bad, as a Christmas present. The first album I bought was TLC’s CrazySexyCool. I bought it in the Record Room in Sligo. I used to spend hours in there, checking out the sleeves and the artwork and finding out who produced and wrote albums. It was like escaping to another world. I still love Tower Records in Dublin for that. Music is now much more disposable, which is a shame really. But if my parents are downloading, it means I should be.

Do you haggle for a bargain?

A pet hate of mine is someone seeing a Westlife member coming and rubbing their hands together. I’m thinking: no, you’re not going to get away without a haggle — I’m just like any other customer. It’s part of the buying process, although I don’t mean everyday stuff. My best bargain was a Damien Hirst piece about 10 years ago, which I sold as it didn’t suit my new house. I got double the price I bought it for.

Where is your best value holiday destination?

Krakow in Poland. It’s a stunning city and I couldn’t get over how cheap it was. It’s great to have that culture and architecture not so far away, and it’s really good value.

What has been your biggest luxury spend?

Art is probably my biggest extravagance. I find it inspirational to walk past something I love and will never get tired of looking at. I am very into an incredible performance artist and designer called Leigh Bowery, and I love the Fergus Greer photos I have of him. I also have a photograph of Bowery by Annie Leibovitz. Graham Knuttel painted each of us once, so all the members of Westlife have a Knuttel picture of themselves.

What’s the biggest rip-off in Ireland?

Car insurance seems to be very expensive. I hear younger drivers getting quotes of €5,000, and there are a lot of people not on the road because of it. I’m sure there are people driving that are far riskier than those being punished for their age. Also, rents in the capital are cutting it out as an option for many.

What’s the most generous Christmas present you’ve ever received?

If someone made a nice Christmas card, it would make me much happier than an expensive present. I like the idea of presents that last. My aunt bought me a tree for my 21st birthday and it’s still in my parents’ garden. My brother Barry always buys me something I use — last year he bought me a beautiful, big, warm jacket that I wear on walks. I have no excuse now to not to get out and exercise.

Credit/Source: thetimes.co.uk

Dec 31, 2017
Nat & Villy