- 28 Feb 23
Aside from the release of his debut EP, the Kerry musician has also played many sold-out shows in recent years.
Pa Sheehy has announced a UK and Ireland tour that will kick off in De Barra's of Clonakilty in April.
Other Ireland stops include Dublin's beautiful Pepper Canister Church, Kilkenny's Set Theatre, Slaughterhouse Lamb in London and Belfast's Duncairn Centre. The ticket sale starts this Friday, 3rd March, at 9am.
"I'm very happy to say that I‘m back on the road for a bunch of intimate shows this April!" Sheehy wrote on Instagram.
The Irish singer-songwriter achieved chart success as the lead singer of Walking on Cars. Following the breakup of the band in 2020, Sheehy started his solo career.
Since then, the Dingle-based singer has released his debut single 'Saw You at a Funeral', followed by his second single 'Róisín'. In 2021, he released his debut EP, The Art of Disappearing, which charted at number 9 in Ireland.
Sheehy is expected to release new music soon, as the musician recently revealed details about three possible upcoming EPs. "I've got 15 songs recorded and trying to put them into three different EPs has me truly tormented," he wrote on Twitter.
However, it's unclear whether the Irish musician will perform any new songs at the unplugged gigs.
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