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Ultan Conlon

Ultan Conlon

Ultan Conlon


Galway man Ultan Conlon, a popular voice on the Irish gig circuit has released his highly anticipated debut album 'Bless Your Heart' . The debut was critically acclaimed by HotPress magazine and described as ‘the most impressive Irish debut since Damien Rice’s O’ by the Evening Herald. Ultan has played at various festivals including 'Electric Picnic', the 'Body & soul' festival, Bundorans 'Seasessions' and 'The Hebcelt Festival' alongside Imelda May in Stornoway on the isle of Lewis. Read more on Last.fm
Galway man Ultan Conlon, a popular voice on the Irish gig circuit has released his highly anticipated debut album 'Bless Your Heart'. The debut was critically acclaimed by HotPress magazine and described as ‘the most impressive Irish debut since Damien Rice’s O’ by the Evening Herald. Ultan has played at various festivals including 'Electric Picnic', the 'Body & soul' festival, Bundorans 'Seasessions' and 'The Hebcelt Festival' alongside Imelda May in Stornoway on the isle of Lewis. This summer has also seen Ultan take in most of Scotland and the north of England on tour. He has supported numerous artists including the late John Martyn, Richard Hawley, Lisa Hannigan, Hermione Hennessy, Mark Geary, Roesy, and David Kitt. Legendary folk singer John Martyn liked his songs so much he sang on Ultan's beautiful track 'Really Gone', which was to be Martyn's final release before his untimely death in February of last year. Ultan's music has also featured in the UK short 'The Beholder', which screened at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival.

Inspiration & influence is drawn from such renowned artists as Leonard Cohen, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, John Martyn, REM, Van Morrison, Ryan Adams, Ron Sexsmith & Richard Hawley. Ultan Conlon’s band consists of – Ultan Conlon on guitar and vocals, Eoin McCann on guitar, Steven Folan on bass and Cormac Dunne on drums. 'Bless Your Heart' was written and produced by Ultan Conlon. The album was co-produced by Eoin McCann and Raoul Terzi and tracks were mixed by Kenneth Keary and Ultan Conlon. ‘Bless Your Heart’ was mastered by the legendary engineer Ray Staff, best known for working with Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, The Clash and Muse.  The album was released on DarkSideOut records. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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