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Into the Orange is the new album from Irish award-winning singer-songwriter Brendan Devereux. It comprises twelve songs of the highest calibre sung by an artist. From a song inspired by his grandfather’s participation in the 1916 Rebellion (Liberty Hall), to one telling of a young boy’s exploits on a camel around the streets of his hometown of Finglas West in Dublin, each of these songs will make an impression. Christy Moore invited Brendan to sing the song Liberty Hall at the centenary concert of the SIPTU Trade Union in Ireland. Brendan has appeared live on national television in Ireland, he has supported Mary Black, and he has been invited to Lithuania to sing his songs. Brendan is a born and bred Dubliner who musical influences range from American folk to Irish traditional music. For the past 27 years Brendan has worked as an Educational Welfare Officer.

Into The Orange is distributed by Claddagh Records. It is available for download from iTunes and from the following website

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