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Paul Byrom

Althought I give this CD a five star Rating! There is NO Rating That will Rate this CD! This CD Is OVER THE MOON!!! It is SOOO BEAUTIFUL!!! Paul's Voice is Soooooo Smothhhhhh! You picture yourself in every song! You hear every word telling a story this is what Singing is all about!! I Have 3of Paul's CD's and I HAVE Not Ever Been DISAPOINTED! I LOOK FORWARD TO THIS CD And MANY MORE TO COME FROM PAUL!! WELL DONE PAUL!!:):):). (P.S. Not YELLING HONEST!! JUST VERY EXCITED!!!!

Choose the lesser known songs

As an avid collector of Celtic music I did not download any of the more well-known songs, but 5 of the less well-known. I felt there were many better recordings of the well-known ones.

Favorite Irish Tenor, Best Album Yet

Paul Byrom's tenor voice is as smooth and sweet as honey in his newest CD, THINKING OF HOME. As soon as it debuted, I couldn't wait to hear it, and put it on right away.

I was excited to see all the traditional selections he chose, and 'Raglan Road', 'Minstral Boy', and 'Go Lassie, Go' were fantastic. But by far, the way he captured Irish spirit in "Ireland" has to go down as one of my favorite tracks. It stirs the blood in me every time I hear it, and his voice thunders effortlessly through the chorus like the band of determined Irishmen he's singing about.

Of special note as well are the two songs he wrote; "A Sunny Morn in September" and "Lady Liberty". "Lady Liberty" is a beautiful blending of Irish and American heritages, and a wonderful tribute to the haven that USA has given to many immigrants from Ireland. And "A Sunny Morn in September" is such a moving look at the perspective of 9/11 victims and lost love that I could hardly hold back the tears.

I especially appreciate that his lyrics are well-chosen and full of meaning. Insightful, beautiful, and a tribute to his heritage, both from Ireland and America.

Five-star song choices, five-star orchestral arrangement, and a five-star Irish tenor.

Paul Byrom's best album yet. If you're a connoisseur of traditional Celtic music, this is one of the best albums you can purchase.

Biography

Born: April 11, 1979 in Dublin, Ireland

Genre: World

Years Active: '00s

Acclaimed tenor Paul Byrom was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1979 and began voice training at the age of seven before coming under the tutelage of renowned opera and vocal teacher Dr. Veronica Dunne. He began his professional career at the age of 14, releasing his debut solo album as a boy tenor, and reaching number two on the Irish music charts in 2005 with his sophomore outing, Velvet. Numerous television and radio performances followed, including a stint with the renowned vocal...
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Thinking of Home, Paul Byrom
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: World, Music, Rock
  • Released: Feb 18, 2014

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