Paddy Casey, the Crumlin musician, is facing his busiest year yet in 2017 following his latest single release ‘Everything Must Change’ last November which hit over 21,000 views on YouTube in a matter of weeks. He makes a welcome return to The Pillar House Folk Club after two years and this intimate venue will again fill to capacity on Friday 24th March at 9pm.

Paddy has been on the forefront of the Irish music scene since his debut album “Amen (So Be It)” in 1999, while his second release ‘Living’ became the biggest seller in Ireland, out-selling even Irish rock legends U2.
In 2007 Paddy felt he needed to take a break from the recording having released albums, singles & demos non-stop since he became a name on the Irish music scene back in ‘99 – with barely a day off in almost a decade. Following his five year hiatus he returned with his fourth studio album ‘The Secret Life Of’ in 2012.

In 2014 Paddy Casey released a compilation album of his best and most loved hits to date ‘Best Of Paddy Casey’ which had been highly anticipated by his loyal and continuously growing fan base – receiving fantastic acclaim.

Having headlined this year’s Temple Bar Tradfest in January his diary for 2017 is filling up fast with gigs planned for the Emerald Sounds Festival in London also in March as well as another headliner in Whelan’s of Dublin in May.

Will 2017 see a new album from the popular Dublin Singer/Songwriter? Hopefully so ! Tickets for The Pillar House gig are available from or by calling 090 96 43939.