Galway Busker and international touring folk artist, Paddy Mór, releases a new summer song with a little help from the man that gave the world Fisherman’s Blues.
Paddy Mór is back: bigger and better than ever! Just in time for summer…
There’s no busking to be had on his beloved Shop St, there’s no gigs to be had in the pubs of Irish-America, but there is one thing Paddy has – a message of hope: “Summer’s Coming Back Again!”
Summer’s Coming Back Again features The Waterboys’ very own Steve Wickham on the fiddle, a band of brothers from Laois – The Finns, on banjo and backing vocals, Eoin Shelly from supergroup Strings & Things on percussion, and fellow Galwegian Thomas Doherty from Black Shuck on bass.
Paddy Mór is a Galway native and busker who has performed in both Ireland and the USA. He has performed for the former Mayor of Boston and ambassador to the Holy See, Ray Flynn. In 2019, his single Probation was played on radio in the United States, on a station based out of Detroit, MI.
In early 2020, Paddy was the surprise musical guest for 3 Bucks Left, (a spin-off of RTE and Netflix’s Hardy Bucks) live in his hometown of Galway to a packed house. Gigs in March and April with KNEEPCAP and Rob Corcoran & The Necessary Evils in Galway were sadly cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
“His multicultural background gives his music an authentic style” – Galway City Tribune.
“Our good friend and talented man” – 3 Bucks Left.
“Be sure to add Paddy Mór to your playlist!” – The Irish Emigrant.