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As Tomorrow Creeps from the East
  • Artist: Niall Connolly
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 6892320817680
  • Item #: SRD208176
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 9/27/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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As Tomorrow Creeps from the East on CD

'Niall Connolly writes intelligent literate songs rich in graphic detail. Better still, he writes from his own experience and his heart. We don't have enough like him.'-Jackie Hayden -Hot Press (the man who signed 'U2') Niall Connolly is widely regarded among his peers as one of Ireland's most promising young songwriters. His debut album 'Songs from a Corner' (2001) went to No.1 in the Hot Press indie charts and helped Connolly build a loyal fan base in Ireland as well as affording him the opportunity to tour Britain and mainland Europe.His follow up 'as tomorrow creeps from the east' (2003) opened further doors for him. Released on the independent Cork based c.u. records label, Niall's music has already received airplay in Ireland, Toronto and Sydney. 'As tomorrow creeps from the east' has also bizarrely recorded internet sales in as yet untoured territories including Japan and New Zealand. Niall Connolly is currently back in the studio with his band completing his third album. 'Gorgeous. A tentative step into the light'-The Irish Times 'Revelling in melodic glory'-Irish Music Magazine 'Best Cork Act 2003'-Inside Cork ' a mini masterpiece'-The Evening Echo ' an album to warm and soothe the heart on these cold winter evenings. 8.5/10'-Hot Press.