Colm Lynch
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Colm Lynch

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“cinematic, stylish, different… very different and very good”

“…singer songwriting saviour…” - Kevin Courtney

“…a fascinating and interesting voice..” - RTE Radio 1

“ Colm Lynch is one of the very few singer-songwriters out there who one can truly expect to be ‘the next big thing"

“Lyrically and musically, Lynch is a super-sized cut above the rest with songs that stick in your memory” - In Dublin

"Lynch’s much anticipated debut oozes with a confidence, passion and steely determination….and should prove a winner” - Hot Press

“The lyrics are more Dylan than Rice, the energy more Paul Weller than Paddy Casey” - TV Now

"...he does seem to have a direct line to the spirits of Dylan and Mike Scott" - Kevin Courtney

"...a reminder of a young is the lead man’s vocals that will ultimately win you over..." - Totally Dublin


The Storm....(single April 2006)
Lucinda....(single June 2006)
A Whisper in a Riot....(Album September 2006)
Bleed Us Dry.....(single September 2006)
Cool Water....(single December 2006)
It's Coming Down....(single July 2008)
Quicksand...(Single 2009)
Ticketyboo...(Album 2010)
Kiss my Blues Away...(Single 2010

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Since the release of his first album “A whisper in a riot” in late 2006, Colm Lynch has been on a musical mission that has brought him to all four corners of the land and beyond. Born and bred in Dun Laoghaire, Lynch honed his craft playing in the local pubs, clubs and venues from an early age. But it was the, now legendary, Sunday Session at IN, Dalkey that brought his talents to the attention of the wider locality.
It was the release of the critically acclaimed first album that put his musical stylings on show to the nation for the first time. It received glowing plaudits from the likes of Dave Fanning, Hotpress, The Irish Times, In Dublin and a host of other people and publications.
His current album, Ticketyboo, is picking up where he left off. While more polished, it still posesses the same characteristics that made his debut such a winner. Whether in a mellow mood or just plain aggressive, the music always comes from the heart. This is plain to see when witnessed in live performances. National tour dates are currently being added and his new single, “Kiss My Blues Away” is currently being played and playlisted on stations nationwide.
2010 has been very busy indeed with national radio appearances on The Pat Kenny Show and The Ray Foley Show, Also regional appearances on The Strawberry Alarmclock on FM104 and Dublin’s 98. With a Meteor Award nomination for best newcomer now under his belt the future looks bright for Colm Lynch.

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