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Paddy O'Brien There Comes A Time CD
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Paddy O'Brien There Comes A Time CD.
Paddy O'Brien was born in Aglish, County Waterford and from the early years his musical influences were Marty Robbins and Slim Whitman.
His father also gave him a lot of encouragement as he too used to sing in local pubs.
Slim Whitman's "Indian Love Call" was the first song he perfected, and yodelling remains one of Paddy's trademarks to this day.
In 1983 Paddy's big break came when he made his first album called "Easy Listening", a collection of country and middle of the road songs. A second album was made in 1984 called "Memories" and was being plugged by the pirate radio stations all over Ireland. It was eventually picked up by mainstream radio, and after being plugged by a national radio presenter by the name of Paschal Mooney, it launched Paddy into his musical career. In 1986 his third album was launched, called "Favourites", and he was now well on his way to becoming the country singer he is today