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Charlie is the darlin' of the Irish again

Wednesday, 1st February, 2017 10:40am

Story by Tom Gilmore
Charlie is the darlin' of the Irish again
Charlie is the darlin' of the Irish again

AFTER the highs of having two number one hits in Ireland and at one time selling more albums than Garth Brooks here, the career of Charlie Landsborough went into a valley period for the past few years. But the graph went up dramatically for him during his recent Irish tour, with full houses everywhere.
The laid-back Liverpool singer-songwriter is philosophical about the ebb and flow of his music career and now, aged 75, he still gets a giggle out of becoming a superstar, first in Ireland and then elsewhere at the age of 50.

Read the full interview with Charlie in this week's edition

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