TOMMY FLEMING IN CONCERT- THE VOICE OF IRELAND - 10/2

Monday, October 02 2017
Mon Oct 02 2017

TOMMY FLEMING IN CONCERT- THE VOICE OF IRELAND - 10/2

at City Winery Boston

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Tommy Fleming was born in 1971 in Aclare, County Sligo, the youngest of six children to Anne and Paddy Fleming. His natural singing ability was evident at a young age whilst participating in local talent competitions and concerts and his performances always delivered something quite special. While still at school his first band was born a rock band (!) called The Face of February and thus began the a life of gigging in local clubs and pubs.

After leaving school (in 1990) Tommy started to establish himself as part of a Castlebar quartet known as Jarog performing in pubs and clubs around the country and regularly packing in the fans wherever they appeared. Their flame haired vocalist was also attracting attention at their many festival appearances across the country.

However, despite this success in many venues through the early 1990s, record companies didn’t appear to be too interested in his work. Then a chance encounter with renowned producer and composer Phil Coulter changed all that.

In July 1993, Phil overheard Tommy performing at a charity event in Westport, County Mayo and within days he was guesting with Phil and his Orchestra at the Opera House (Cork), the National Concert Hall (Dublin) and The University Concert Hall (Limerick). Four months later he was touring North America, playing to huge audiences all across the USA and Canada, culminating in two shows in the Boston Symphony Hall and the legendary Carnegie Hall, New York.

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