3 Will Tour In The News

Golden Plec: https://www.goldenplec.com/paula-cox-paul-creane-and-the-man-whom-announce-combined-tour/


Emma caught up with Paul Byrne of Greystone's Guide to discuss bringing music to The Happy Pear in Wicklow, full interview here http://www.greystonesguide.ie/its-only-rock-roux/

Merakindie presents: 3 Will Tour


Merakindie is delighted to present 3 Will Tour - Three singles, Three aritsts, an innovative Irish tour

Merakindie is very proud to present: 3 Will Tour, a collaborative Irish tour

Paula Cox MusicPaul Creane and The Man Whom will be sharing a stage and playing on each other's tracks, promoting their three singles 'Let's Play A Game', 'I Need You Here To Love Me' and "Four Hurdles' respectively.

We are touring in very special venues across Ireland, some well known for hosting music events, others being a first time ever hosting live music. All sharing the same attitude as the artists - inspiring collaboration and community.

We're very excited for this one and hope you will come enjoy the magic with us.

Paula Cox is a highly-rated vocalist and songwriter. An early starter, she was lead singer in The Bush, The Tree & Me when only 14. Signed to Epic in 2000, they recorded their first album with producer Stephen Street (The Smiths, Blur). Following her move to Ireland she has performed and recorded with Colm Mac Con Iomaire, Cathey Davey and The Frames. Her solo album, to be released in 2017, will be mixed by Cenzo Townsend (Florence And The Machine, Snow Patrol). Its stunning lead track ‘Let's Play A Game’ is out now.

Paul Creane is a songwriter from Wexford. He has released two albums to critical acclaim with The Changing Band, Tommy Black & the Twelve Days of Lucy and The Clock, and has toured worldwide for the last decade. His new single ‘I Need You Here To Love Me’ features in the movie Staid, upon which he had a leading role. His first solo album 'One Trick Blue' will be released later this year.

The Man Whom, aka Ian Doyle, is a singer-songwriter, producer/composer and multi-instrumentalist from Wexford. In 2011 Doyle released his debut album The Greatest Event, described by Sunday Times as “a slick production with accomplished musicians, elaborate scores and scrupulous string arrangements”. His single ‘Four Hurdles’ is from his forthcoming album 'The Dancer From The Dance' which was recorded in New York, which will be released in May this year.