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Live In Belfast

Brian Kennedy

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great voice

how this guy is not massive is beyond me.i have seen him several times live and he is fantastic singer and guitarist.im probably biased being from n ireland,but please buy this album.you will not be dissapointed.jim

Just Listen....

As a performer, he is superb and as a songwriter, seeing the world through his eyes, is a delight and an inspiration.

All -time fave Vocalist

Amazing...finally an album that displays his true talent and does him justice!! His voice reduces me to tears it's so beautiful....The purity and clarity of it is sometimes lost in recordings ,but he is excellent live,and this CD more than demonstrates that!!! Buy it!!!!

Biography

Born: 12 October 1966 in Belfast, Ireland

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s

Belfast-born Northern Irish singer/songwriter Brian Kennedy came to prominence as a member of fellow Belfast man Van Morrison's touring band, using the springboard for a solo career that would win him admirers as varied as Bill Clinton, Bob Dylan, and Ray Charles. Like Van Morrison, Kennedy's influences have varied widely, from the singer/songwriters of the '70s, including Joni Mitchell and Morrison himself, to the traditional Celtic balladry for which he has become renowned. He has represented Ireland...
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  • £11.99
  • Genres: World, Music
  • Released: 27 July 2004

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