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Daniel O'Donnell coming to Plymouth Pavilions (news)

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The king of easy listening, Daniel O’Donnell, returns to Plymouth Pavilions next year.

His last visit to the venue, back in December 2009, caused ‘Daniel-mania’ across the city, as fans queued for up to 48 hours to secure tickets.

Three decades into his sparkling career as a top entertainer, Daniel’s star is still shining bright.

Fans just love his easy-listening vocal style and his songs of life, love and inspiration that he sings with genuine warmth and passion. Most of all, they love Daniel the man, his charm and his great sense of humour.

Daniel has played some of the most iconic venues in the world, including London’s Royal Albert Hall, New York’s Carnegie Hall, Sydney’s famous Opera House and Ireland’s state-of-the art new concert arena The 02.

He has sold millions of his records worldwide and is the only artist in the world to claim at least one hit album every year since 1988, earning him a place in the Guinness World Records.

His music DVDs have all been number one bestsellers ahead of some of the greatest stars from around the globe. He is the most successful easy listening-country singer in the UK and Ireland; and is officially one of the UK’s Top 60 Best Selling Albums Artists of the 21st Century.

Last year, Daniel released his hugely popular DVD Hope & Praise, featuring 25 inspirational favourites like Why Me Lord, Morning Has Broken, What A Wonderful World, Hail Glorious St Patrick and Rivers Of Babylon.

The emotionally uplifting spectacular was recorded in Branson and also features his touring partner Mary Duff, an orchestra and two choirs.

The show goes on in 2011, when Daniel plans to release an Irish album. It will feature songs like Tipperary Girl, My Lovely Donegal, Red Is The Rose and I’ll Remember You Love In My Prayers which fans will know from his summer 2010 EP release.

Daniel O’Donnell is at Plymouth Pavilions on March 30, 2011. Tickets cost £35.50 & £33.50 and go on sale at 10am on November 13, 2010, from the Pavilions website.






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