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The Dublin singer-songwriter saw his Instagram flooded with positive comments, including from well-known faces.
Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul has shown his support for Dermot Kennedy's Dublin busk yesterday in aid of children's charity Barretstown.
The Dubliner busked on Grafton Street to raise much-needed funds on Tuesday night, singing from the balcony of the Bewley's Cafe for thousands of fans both in person and online.
Aaron Paul, who played Jesse Pinkman in the smash hit Netflix show Breaking Bad, called Dermot an "incredible man" under the video of his performance on Instagram.
Dermot wrote in the caption: "That was something I will NEVER forget. My hometown and my heart. Once in a lifetime feeling. We raised a tonne of money for Barretstown as well, so well done and thank you!!"
The Rathcoole native, who dropped his second album, Sonder, on Friday, performed some of his hit singles from the long-player; including fan favourites 'Something To Someone' and 'Kiss Me'.
Kennedy's second studio offering, out now via Universal, is climbing up the UK and Irish charts this week.
He's currently on track to score his second UK and Irish number one album, after breaking records with 2019's debut Without Fear. Sonder has already overtaken Taylor Swift’s Midnights by 12,000 sales so far.
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