Irish star Mundy set to perform

Popular Irish musician and singer/songwriter Mundy is set to perform at Fidel Murphy’s Irish Pub as part of their St. Patrick Days celebrations today.

Irish singer Mundy

Irish singer Mundy is slated to perform at Fidel Murphys, Friday, 17 March, as part of their St. Patricks Day celebrations. Photo: Submitted

One of Ireland’s hottest up-and-coming acts, Mundy has toured with the likes of Alanis Morrisette, Neil Young, Van Morrison and The Manic Street Preachers to name but a few.

The artist’s debut album, Jellylegs, was released in 1996 and Mundy quickly found fame when one of the tracks, To you I Bestow, was chosen for the soundtrack to the box-office smash Romeo and Juliet.

Since his debut album, Mundy has gone on to release a number of albums, including The Moon Is A Bullethole and 24 Star Hotel, which featured the hit anthems July and Mexico.

His latest album, Raining Down Arrows, recorded late 2003, entered the Irish chart at number one and is now platinum.

He has toured across Ireland, as well as the UK and the US, and frequently headlines at many major sell-out gigs.

Mundy will perform from 8.30pm on St Patrick’s Day, following a performance by singer George Hobbs from 7.30pm.

The artist will also perform at an open jam session on Saturday, from 4pm, following the Six Nations rugby final.

Fidels, which has an extension until 3am on the night, will be putting on a special St. Patrick’s Day menu, available all day, featuring traditional Irish fare, including Coddle, Corn Beef, Irish Stew and Shepherds pie. There will also be free giveaways throughout the day.

The event is free to attend.

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