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Damien Dempsey is surely the finest singer-songwriter to come off of the shamorck shore. full stop. You simply can't get enough of his warrior spirit and true rebel music. Its like you are getting music that if you put Bob Marley and Luke Kelly in a blender, it's what would come out- in a most individual and unique way .He has a fire in his belly and there's no stopping getting it out. He pretty much wipes the floor with anyone else on the market today for great Irish musicians. He is a sweet man, with real heart in his music. Best songs in my estimation on this recording are Sing all our caes away, colony, Choctaw nation and all the live stuff. Go Damo!


Born: 1975 in Donaghmede, Dublin, Ireland

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s

Born into poverty-stricken Dublin in the mid-'70s, Damien Dempsey has a musical outlook profoundly shaped by the traditional working-class music he was exposed to as a child, as well as other artists who share his egalitarian social outlook: Bob Marley, Christy Moore, Luke Kelly, Shane MacGowan, and Elvis Presley. Since emerging as an exciting young talent in the mid-'90s, Dempsey steadily learned to control his wide variety of influences (which also included hip-hop and electronic music) while crafting...
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