Paul Young will take the stage at UCH Limerick as he celebrates 35 years since ‘No Parlez’ album
Paul Young to play University Concert Hall in May 2019
Dolans and MCD in Association with Neil O Brien Entertainment have announced that Paul Young is set to play Limerick as he celebrates 35 years since the release of his ‘No Parlez’ album.
One of the most popular music acts from the 1980s, Young is back on tour and will perform his Limerick date at University Concert Hall on Friday, May 29, 2019.
The ‘No Parlez’ album was Paul’s debut album. It reached number 1 in the UK charts in 1983 for 5 weeks and fast became triple Platinum. The album produced Paul’s first UK number 1 single – The Marvin Gaye cover of ‘Wherever I Lay My Hat’ and hits ‘Come Back & Stay’ & ‘Love of The Common People’. The album also features a cover of Joy Division’s ‘Love Will Tear Us Apart’.
Originally in early 80’s band Q-Tips, Paul Young went solo in the ’80s and his career took off with ‘No Parlez’ and a further top 10 hits such as ‘Everytime You Go Away’ & ‘Everything Must Change’.
With the release of his second album “The Secret Of Association” and the success of “Every Time You Go Away” his status as a world star was confirmed. In 1987 Paul recorded his third album “Between Two Fires” in Milan where he met the Italian singer Zucchero.
They became good friends and were later to collaborate very successfully. One of the highlights of the 1989 “Nelson Mandela Tribute Concert” was Paul’s performance of the Crowded House song “Don’t Dream It’s Over” which he later recorded for his best of album.
He is also a Brit Award winner for Best Male vocalist, sings the opening lines on the original Band Aid Single ‘Feed The World’ and performed at Live Aid in 1984. Paul is a keen chef, biker and fan of all things Mexicana! A family man, always happy to be touring his classic hits as a solo artist or with his Tex Mex/ Americana band ‘Los Pacaminos’.
Tickets for Paul Young performing at University Concert Hall go on sale this Wednesday 28, at 10 am.
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