Performing in our Maureen O’Hara Studio, Pat Fagan is an experienced singer songwriter from Ireland, formerly founder member and lead singer and songwriter for the acoustic band The Mysterious Chords.
Harrington Street was mixed at Peter Gabriel’s Real-World Studio in Bristol by Greg Freeman (Goldfrapp). Pat has also worked with mixing legend Chris Potter (Keane, the Feeling, the Verve, U2, Paul McCartney) on a number of his songs at The Dairy Studio, London.
Pat’s songs have been played on many radio stations including RTE (The Pat Kenny Show, The Ronan Collins Show), Phantom FM, Ocean City Radio and a number of BBC regional stations including BBC Berkshire, BBC Devon, BBC Somerset, and Rivera FM and The Iain Anderson Show BBC Scotland.
In recent times Pat has had success on Amazon and Broadway’s Hot New Releases Charts with a number of his songs reaching the number one spot. This time the lead vocals were taken by the tenor and Young Brit nominee Thomas Cameron and Thomas is due to record another one of Pat’s songs for his forth coming album to be released later this year and Pat was a special guest with Thomas for his concert at The National Concert Hall in Dublin last July.
Pat has performed in many iconic Irish venues including the National Concert Hall, the Button Factory. Vicar Street, Whelan’s, the Sugar Club and Airfield House. He has recently released a number of music videos which has garnered up to 100,000 views. He is steadily building an international and local fanbase and is due to release his first solo album in the coming year.
His latest single “You Could Be Mine” was released on May 13th 2022
His first album with The Mysterious Chords – Harrington Street was received with rave reviews by the Irish music press.
Suitable for age 13 +
“Densely melodic and built on a river of elaborate fluid guitar playing”
The interplay between the guitars is very attractive and the vocal harmonies are really sweet making ‘The Mysterious Chords’ sound like an acoustic ‘Blue Oyster Cult’”
“The Dublin Band’s formula for success: enchanting melodies, pitch perfect harmonies and beautiful acoustic guitars”
“Coming across like a cheerier Elliott Smith”
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