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