Brendan O'Loughlin moved to America in 1986 to expand his career as an Irish entertainer, performing not only Irish, but popular, country and folk music in restaurants and clubs throughout the U.S. and Canada. Brendan was born in Limerick City, Ireland. He reached his teenage years during the high point of the Irish showband era. He joined the showband circuit and played with a string of popular Irish showbands and excelled on vocals, bass and rhythm guitars. Brendan came into his own right as a songwriter in August 1993 and has been writing about his experiences ever since.
Latest CD "Between Two Shores" Is now Available
A Refreshing, different and intriguing collection of Celtic folk rock and Traditional Music.16 original tracks.
Thanks for the ‘friend invite’ . . . gladly accepted. And, naturally you piqued my curiosity re. your previous comment on your ‘material to be used on new recording projects, with some pre-conditions’. Pray what I ask?
I took the opportunity to listen and also read the words of your song ‘Cry for Unity’ on your web site. As a fellow Irishman I was both heartened and inspired to hear your ‘Cry for Unity’ expressed so poignantly and indeed poetically. What a beautiful, well-written song! Also, love your rendition of ‘Voices in the Wind’ . . . still working on the other ones! Heavens, if this continues I may have to buy the CD.