Keith harkin of patrick thunder dating

05-Dec-2017 00:45

MR: Tell us about the early days of Keith Harkin, what got you into music, and what your inspiration was from.

KH: What got me into music is probably my mom and my dad. I've been singing since the age of four, started playing guitar when I was eleven.

I'm out with Celtic Thunder at the moment, who I also sing with. Sharon was holding auditions over in Ireland for a show for five solo artists to sing, five male solo artists from Ireland or Scotland to sing at her show with a full band and full orchestra.

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I just finished a show in Buffalo at like two in the morning and I was on the bus driving with our old driver.

My dad got me into Tom Waits when I was like fourteen or fifteen, all of my favorite artists are stuff my dad got me to listen to like Neil Young, Tom Waits, Harry Nilsson.

I'm a huge Glen Campbell fan, Crosby, Stills & Nash, all the really old-school sort of artists.

Combined with his honey-thick voice and a full live band, Keith takes you on journey that creeps into his heart strings.

Prior to working on his solo career, Keith gained international recognition as a lead soloist in Celtic Thunder for many years.

I just finished a show in Buffalo at like two in the morning and I was on the bus driving with our old driver.

My dad got me into Tom Waits when I was like fourteen or fifteen, all of my favorite artists are stuff my dad got me to listen to like Neil Young, Tom Waits, Harry Nilsson.

I'm a huge Glen Campbell fan, Crosby, Stills & Nash, all the really old-school sort of artists.

Combined with his honey-thick voice and a full live band, Keith takes you on journey that creeps into his heart strings.

Prior to working on his solo career, Keith gained international recognition as a lead soloist in Celtic Thunder for many years.

The covers are "Have I Told You Lately," by Van Morrison, Colbie Caillat, a very famous singer, is doing a duet with me on that one; "The End of Innocence" by Don Henley; "Everybody's Talkin'" by Harry Nilsson; and "Here Comes the Sun" by The Beatles.