Hourricane (Live Debut)
  • Dublin

Hurricane Music Company (HMC) presents Hourricane (Live Debut). Acclaimed singer-songwriter Paul Hourican takes to the atmospheric Boys' School stage for one night only this December. Audiences are in for a treat as Hourican debuts a lot of new material under the new moniker 'Hourricane'; 'I see it as a stage name with the possibility of morphing into a band with a fluid lineup overtime'. Hourican has not performed live since Christmas 2015 for a special one off event whereby all monies raised from both ticket sales and CD sales were donated by Hourican to Focus Ireland.

In the past Hourican has garnered much acclaim in particular for his songwriting talents with The Irish Times praising Paul stating; 'here's a guy who can pull off the delicate Damien Rice (whom Hourican has supported) stuff alongside catchy pop fare grungy guitar blues', whilst The News of The World put it succinctly by simply stating; 'Paul Hourican Writes Great Songs!!!!'. Music critic 2UIBestow wrote ''Wishing Well' is the best EP I've reviewed this year while the title track is the best song from an Irish artist I've heard this year'.

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