Singer/songwriter Patrick McGuire’s soaring vocals and passionate songwriting have long since struck a deep chord with his ever-expanding fan base in New York City and beyond. McGuire was previously a founding member of the bands Beyond the Pale, Speir Mor and Oaddy A Go-Go. He was also the lead singer for the Eileen Ivers Band for two years. At various stages he has performed all over the U.S., Europe and as far east as Japan. McGuire has released two critically acclaimed albums with the Pat McGuire Band entitled “Love Songs For Astronauts” and “Big Brown Sofa” on Inverin Records. McGuire has also enjoyed success both on the big and small screens. His music has been featured in the John Shea film “Southie”, and his version of “Where Have All The Flowers Gone” closed Terry George’s HBO film “A Bright Shining Lie”. He also scored and performed the soundtrack for the Oxygen Network’s Valentines Day special “Heartbreakers”. He has performed on both national and international television. His most notable appearances include the Late Show with Conan O’Brien in New York, and a performance with Paddy A Go-Go on the Late, Late Show in Ireland with Pat Kenny. He currently lives in Galway, Ireland but frequently returns to NY to perform.
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