Eddie Carey to launch debut album at Watters, Castleblayney

September 19, 2016

Eddie Carey,  the new voice of country music, hails from Newcastle West, Co Limerick; he’s got style, charm ,charisma and is gifted with a voice that literally ‘turns heads’ from the 1st note sang. Eddie will be launching his debut album at Watters Old Coach Inn, Castleblayney on Monday night 3rd October.

Eddie who is affectionately known as ‘The Golden Voice of Country’ has just turned 26 years of age and initially sang in the local cabaret circuit in his native Limerick although he later decided to travel abroad, stopping off in London, Australia and finally Canada.

His musical influences cover a broad spectrum but he really fell in love with both American and Irish country music. He cites his favourite American artiste as George Jones and locally the late great Gene Stuart.

Eddie’s first single ‘The Longest Time’ was an instant hit with Radio Stations and the dancing public and he is presently hitting the high spots in the Irish music charts.

His follow up single entitled ‘Murphy’s bar’, an original song written by Eddie is also highly acclaimed and showcases his singer/songwriter talent.

The band have just launched his debut 12 track album entitled ‘This is Me’ to coincide with the launch of his band on the dancing circuit.

JD Promotions Dungannon, indicate that Eddie will be joined on the night with a host of Ireland’s leading country Artistes, including Roly Daniels, The Honky Tonk Angels, Shauna Mc Stravog and Keltic Storm band.

With doors open at 8.30pm and band on stage at 9pm it is advisable to be early as numbers will be strictly limited. For further information contact Watters reception on 042 9740993