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.

Backstage Photos & Video At The RTÉ Studios

Marky shared a gorgeous photo of himself outside the RTÉ studios, writing: “Forgot how good it feels to be suited & booted,thanks to @RTEraydarcyshow for the hospitality,really enjoyed it x“. 😊👔👞💚

We also added some photos to the gallery, taken backstage at the RTÉ studios, shared by Irish musicians Ardú as well as RTÉ One, on Instagram. 😃

RTÉ One also shared a video of Markus through an Instagram Story, which lovely fan Giovanna uploaded on Twitter – thank you so much Giovanna! 😁💚


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

Credit/Source: instagram.com/MarkusMoments / instagram.com/leannemezzo / instagram.com/ardumusic / instagram.com/andreadelmusic / instagram.com/rteone / twitter.com/Giovanna91181

Oct 10, 2017
Nat & Villy

Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning Today

Markus took to his social networks to wish everyone who’s “taking part in Ireland’s biggest Coffee Morning the best of luck with their coffee mornings today“. 😃

Markus Feehily: Wishing all those who are taking part in Ireland’s biggest Coffee Morning together with Bewley’s the best of luck with their coffee mornings today. If you’re not hosting yourself please go along and support your local coffee morning. Let’s raise funds for our local hospice #Coffeee4hospice #northwesthospice or on twitter use @Coffee4hospice @northwesthospice

Credit/Source: twitter.com/MarkusFeehily / facebook.com/markusfeehilyofficial

Sep 14, 2017
Nat & Villy

Join Coffee For Hospice And Spread The Word

Coffee For Hospice will take place on Thursday, September 14th, and Markus, who is one of the ambassadors, tweeted asking everyone to support the event and spread the word. Such an inspiring cause, which will help so many people, very proud of our artist and his kind and selfless heart. 😊❤️ Head over to http://hospicecoffeemorning.ie/ for more information. 🙂👍

Credit/Source: twitter.com/MarkusFeehily


Sep 13, 2017
Nat & Villy

Come Out With Markus Feehily And Stonewall

Markus, supporting Stonewall‘s Come Our For LGBT campaign, encourage people to “come out for LGBT”, by standing up as allies, donating to the charity, making a stand at work or educating young people. 🏳️‍🌈

Markus Feehily: We all have a part to play in creating a world where everyone, everywhere can be themselves. So #ComeOutForLGBT with me and @StonewallUK!

So proud of Markus and his support to the campaign. 🙂❤️ Here is to a world where everyone can be themselves everywhere. 🙌🙌🌈

Credit/Source: twitter.com/MarkusFeehily

Sep 7, 2017
Nat & Villy

Mark Feehily calls on everyone to get on board for Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning

IN 2016, OVER 580 PATIENTS AND FAMILIES WERE CARED FOR BY NW HOSPICE

By Claire McGovern

Mark Feehily calls on everyone to get on board for Ireland's Biggest Coffee Morning
Mark Feehily, Ambassador for Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning for Hospice.

Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning for Hospice Together with Bewley’s Celebrates 25 Years this September 14th. That’s the day when people everywhere will share a cup of coffee to support their local hospice and their vital work caring for people in their local communities nationwide.

It’s really easy to take part. Register at www.hospicecoffeemorning.ie to get your free Bewley’s fresh ground coffee pack or call North West Hospice on (071) 9170523. This year is Ireland’s 25th Biggest Coffee Morning for Hospice since the major annual fundraiser first started in 1993 with some €34m raised to date.

Last year, North West Hospice raised over €110,000 through 300 coffee mornings. All money raised goes directly to North West Hospice essential palliative care services.

A whole host of celebrities including, Brendan and Domhnall Gleeson, Mark Feehily, Boyzone star Keith Duffy, comedian Mario Rosenstock, Clelia Murphy and Dr. Ciara Kelly, are asking people nationwide to support this important campaign by hosting or attending a coffee morning.

Ambassador Mark Feehily said, “I am delighted and honoured to be the ambassador for Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning for Hospice 2017. It’s the largest national fundraising campaign in the country and the longest running. Celebrating its 25th year 2017 is set to be the biggest and best yet!

Most of us have come face to face with cancer in some shape or form and I am no different. Recently I have been even more inspired than ever to support hospice as so many people I know and their families are cared for both locally by North West Hospice and by hospices nationwide. Please join us and support Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning through hosting your own event and remember the most important part – have fun whilst doing so!

Money raised from Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning for Hospice in Sligo, Leitrim, South Donegal and West Cavan will go directly towards the provision of community palliative care, family support services and North West Hospice’s 8-bed inpatient unit.

In 2016, over 580 patients and families were cared for by the palliative care teams at North West Hospice with the Community Palliative Care Team carrying out 3935 visit to people’s homes and other community facilities.

Bernadette McGarvey of North West Hospice said” Coffee Morning is the biggest fundraiser of the year for North West Hospice. Funds raised will go directly towards our specialist palliative care service and to support those living with life-limiting illness in our community.

“To maintain our current level of service, we have to fundraise over €1million every year which is an ongoing huge challenge. By hosting a coffee morning you can make a difference to people’s lives and help us continue to help our community. Coffee mornings happen in all shapes and sizes: People have them in their own homes with their family and friends or in their workplaces or local communities. All you have to do is register with us at North West Hospice on (071) 9170523. Bewley’s will supply the coffee, will you put the kettle on?” .

Credit/Source: leitrimobserver.ie

Aug 21, 2017
Nat & Villy

Ocean FM Interview & More Stroll at the Track Photos

Exciting stuff coming everyone! 😉 Markus Feehily spoke to Ocean FM while at the Stroll at the Track event in Sligo and among other very interesting things, music wise, he said he’s kinda writing again *WHOOP* and that he likes to take it slow so he’d generally rather write 100 songs and pick 10 and not be under pressure and that now, one year after the release of his debut album ‘Fire‘, he’s starting to getting ready to get back into the studio. 🎉🎵🤘😎

He also said that there are a couple of projects that are not solo music related necessarily but they are still very much to do with entertainment still to do with singing – something a bit different and a new challenge for him. So curious here! 👀😃🎤

Go Markus Go!! 😊🌟

📻You can listen back to the interview on Ocean FM’s soundcloud, as well as download it here or through the player below (right-click and “Save Target As / Download Linked File As“).


Even more amazing photos were uploaded on Stroll at the Track’s Facebook page, which we added to the gallery – do click to see them in full size as you can spot Markus in all of them heh! 😜

Credit/Source: oceanfm.ie / facebook.com/strollatthetrack

Feb 21, 2017
Nat & Villy

Photos and Videos From Stroll at the Track

Today was such an important day, as Markus Feehily was in his hometown, Sligo, where Stroll at the Track took place, in aid of North West Hospice. 🎈😃 Well done to Markus and everyone involved; fantastic to see how many people attended the event for this amazing cause. 👏👏 He’s such an inspiration, with a heart of gold. 🌟

Markus wrote on Facebook:

Was so nice to be in Sligo this afternoon and get involved in the first ever stroll at the track @strolltrack1 event in aid of the north west hospice…there was a massive balloon let off for all of the loved ones lost and those currently in the care of the hospice, which was very poignant and highlighted the reason we were all there in the first place. A great event and thanks to everyone who showed up to help make it so special 🚶 🚶🚶 🚶 🚶🚶 🚶

He also shared an emotive video filmed during the balloon let, which you can download here (right-click and “Save Target As / Download Linked File As“), as well as a beautiful photo of himself holding balloons, which we added to the gallery. 😊

We also uploaded photos shared by the Mayor of Sligo and Stroll at The Track (spot Marky and his parents there 😉). 😃❤️

You can also watch a video of the balloon let off below:

Credit/Source: facebook.com/MarkusFeehilyOfficial / instagram.com/markusmoments / facebook.com/marie.casserly / facebook.com/strollatthetrack

Feb 19, 2017
Nat & Villy

Reminder: Stroll at the Track Tomorrow In Sligo

A little reminder for you all that tomorrow (Sunday, February 19th), Stroll at the Track will take place at Sligo Racecourse in aid of North West Hospice. Such a great cause and Markus Feehily will be there in support. 👏😃‬ If you can make it to Sligo, make sure you won’t miss it. 😉

Have an AMAZING time if you’re going! ‪🎈
xx

Feb 18, 2017
Nat & Villy

Markus Confirms Stroll at the Track Event

If you are able to make it to Sligo THIS Sunday, February 19th, make sure you head to Sligo Racecourse, where Markus will be launching the Stroll at the Track event in aid of North West Hospice. 👏😃

He wrote on his social networks: “Anyone close to Sligo this coming Sunday should come along this is for a great cause!!“. 😊

Credit/Source: twitter.com/MarkusFeehily

Feb 14, 2017
Nat & Villy

Crowds to flock to Sligo Racecourse on Sunday for ‘Stroll at the Track’

Sunday 19th February, all roads will lead to Sligo Racecourse for Stroll at the Track.

Stroll at the Track is a fundraising initiative in aid of North West Hospice. It is an action packed afternoon with gates opening at 12pm and admission is optional.

Events include:

A Stroll around the Track will take place at 1pm (meeting point outside of event marquee). This will be launched by Markus Feehily and no prior registration is required.

The North-West’s largest “Balloon Let Off” will take place from the centre of the track at 3pm where memorial balloons will be let off. The balloons can only be purchased from the track on the day.

Dozens of artists from the North West will be providing entertainment such as Kelesa Mulcahy,

Rackhouse Pilfer, Sandy Kelly, Dean Gurrie, Glen Cal and Georgie Gorman. Ocean FM will be doing a live outside broadcast also from the event.

Kids activities are plentiful with The Scruffy Duffy Show, Farmyard in the School Yard, Beat the Bounce Kids Zone, Benny the Bull, Sligo Fire Engine Demonstration and an opportunity to take photos with replica FA, Premier League and Champions League cups.

A bike spinning Marathon will be ongoing through the event with most sports being represented at different intervals.

Refreshments will be available on the day and the majority of the event will be weather proof.

“The Living Years, a Mike and the Mechanics” hit has been recorded by Georgie Gorman and Kelesa Mulcahy with all proceeds going to Hospice. The song has been launched and is available to download on itunes, Spotify and Google Play.

Credit/Source: sligotoday.ie

Feb 14, 2017
Nat & Villy