PS, I would send you a photo of it, but I can’t see where I send the photo.
I am wondering and hoping you have plans to come and play in Scotland ..
All the best,
Grant (your driver on The Planxty UK tour 1975 - now living in California)
I'm a 26 year old man from Derry.
Just wanted to say you inspired me to play and sing since I was about 12, although humbled to realise there's no chance I'll be tenth as good as you all these years on!
Keep er lit!
Ps. Any chance of an acoustic version on hard station?? Can't find one online heard you sing it on radio once, and it blew me away.
Paul, Andy, Donal- Waterfront. Looking forward to that one!
Hi Paul - I'm in the US but have become a big fan of your music. I got to meet you briefly after your appearance at the London Palladium with Jimmy Buffett last month. Thanks for signing my ticket! It made my night. Keep on doing what you do!
Hi Paul. I've just came across your website and very good it is too Last seen you in Glasgow at one of the first Celtic connection festivals here.Glad to hear you are still active and making music.Good luck in all that you do Arthur
Hello Mr Brady. I just wanted to say it was great to see you appear as a guest of Jimmy Buffet last night. You looked like you enjoyed yourself ! Kind regards Milton
Hi Paul, I got the poster framed, the one you signed for me after your concert on Sunday night in Cookstown. I have to say it looks great. I have it for auction on Saturday 28th September, at a fundraiser night I am doing for the Neurological Ward in the RVH, following the life saving operation they done on me on 12th October 2016. It’s strange that I had my brain hemorrhage in Strabane, and a man from Strabane has donated this to help me raise money for the Ward. Thanks again. Seamus Mc Glinchey.
Paul , if you are coming to oz again give us a call,
Hi Paul...a newcomer to your music...and your guitar style to...I.m interested in your tuning for...”I want you to want me”...have tried it in other tunings..but doesn’t sound right! Saw you at the Cropredy festival a few years ago....you were special!!
Hello Paul, you’ve made so many fantastic albums in your career and we’ve seen you play many times, but l just gotta say thank-you for doing Hard Station - especially live at the Half Moon. That album means so so much to us. Meant so much then means so much now. It was a privilege to see you with that classic line-up of wonderful musicians. Jim
Paul, I am a Youth that's inclined to Ramble, a song I've loved for decades, came into my head again recently and on looking on Inernet it says it was written by Cara Dillon. But she was born in 1975 and I bought Welcome Here Kind Stranger in 1978. Do you now who wrote it?
I've been a fan since God knows when - can across The World is what you make it - Going to re-visit my collection - thanks for the music
Hi ,I have just purchased tickets for your Newry concert ,have wanted to see you for years ,looking forward to my first Brady gig.
At Limerick gig last. We know Paul is top notch. First time seeing Theo and his band. They are very good musicians. Unfortunately the Paul/Theo mix doesn't quite work. The lads on stage seemed to be having a ball, but that's not what most of us came to hear. Paul on his own or Theo & band on their, fair enough but not together please.
Hi Paul, Want to say thank you, Theo and the band for a really fantastic evening on Sunday at Vicars Street. Rate it as one the best concerts we have been to and well worth the trip from Dorset. Good luck to Bairbre Anne too. Good luck with the other dates
Hi Paul, I ADORE YOUR MUSIC. I check now and then to see if you will be playing in the US. Any plans at present to come across the pond? Take care, Suzan
Thank you so much for your music! It is so difficult to put into words just what it means to me. But your songs have gotten me through difficult times as well as joyful ones. Just absolutely beautiful, soulful and classic. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Hoping to get to Ireland to hear you play sometime soon.
Hi Paul. Glad to see you (and Andy) are still going strong. I read you might be working on a book/memoirs. That is a great idea. Would love to read it.
Paul, sadly I have came late to your music after reading the opinion piece by Susan McKay in the Guardian about Lyra McKee which referred to The Island. Thank you - wonderful lyrics and music. Best wishes from the Himalayas
Hi ! - I like The Johnstons and Planxty very much ( tried to play Spanish Lady ) - I have two questions : 1) - Did you ever play on The Transatlantic Sessions with Jeremy Douglas ? - 2) Will you come to Cambridge folk festival ? / yours sincerely / Kenne Svedberg