Nathan’s stayin’ up all night at con­cert hall gig

Rutherglen Reformer - - The Ticket -

Liverpool-born, Ir­ish coun­try mu­sic singer Nathan Carter has un­veiled de­tails of his de­but al­bum in the UK, which he’ll bring to Mother­well Con­cert Hall on Fri­day, April 8.

Stayin’ Up All Night will be the singer’s first UK re­lease, but he has al­ready en­joyed huge suc­cess in Ire­land, with three num­ber one al­bums, two num­ber one sin­gles and two num­ber one live DVDs.

Nathan said: “Peo­ple in the UK re­ally seem to be em­brac­ing coun­try mu­sic at the mo­ment and it’s amaz­ing to see so many fans com­ing out to my shows, so hope­fully they’re go­ing to like the al­bum.

“I grew up in Liverpool and I’ve al­ways played live across the UK, and I want to make all the peo­ple who have sup­ported me here proud.”

Stayin’ Up All Night fea­tures 13 tracks of Nathan’s trade­mark mod­ern coun­try sound, and is pre­ceded by the sin­gle ‘Tem­ple Bar’, a paean to the streets of Dublin’s fa­mous party district.

In­spired by the coun­try mu­sic his par­ents loved like Johnny Cash , Way­lon Jen­nings , Don Wil­liams and Dolly Par­ton, Nathan has gone from work­ing men’s club gigs to num­ber one in the Ir­ish charts - with his cover of Bob Dy­lan’s ‘Wagon Wheel’ - in short or­der.

Na­tional TV, sold-out tours and the top of the charts have been his do­main ever since.

Tick­ets for his Mother­well Con­cert Hall gig are on-sale now, priced at £24.

On stage Nathan Carter plays at Birm­ing­ham’s Ir­ish Cen­tre as part of his Wagon Wheel tour

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