thank you for putting up the tabs for Arthur Mc Bride. It is nice to see this sort of generous behavour. I have been at a few of your concerts since the 80 S. always enjoyed them.Bet wishes for the future
I love to hear the diversity of styles.
The songs gives me much of joy.
I want to thank you for this.
Life has just blown past me and I never got to see you live since lisdoon, so I’m going back a while , any hope your doing a uk tour this year ... I missed you in Maidenhead !!! Still love and live by crazy dreams ,
Mary ( Marie Ni Brainanne )
Just been playing drums to 'Once In A Lifetime'... such a beautiful song, heartfelt lyrics and a subtle feel to play... tremendous, love it Paul...
Over 40 years of listening & playing your music, must try to find time to see you & JM again, to smile and just say hello....
your vocals and song writing, they are for me that …
'Once In A Lifetime' …… Mike
“Follow On” is my all-time favorite song. I’ve always followed Paul Young but only recently realized that you were the one who wrote it even though he sang the version with which I am the most familiar. Thank you for writing the lyrics that touch my soul every time I hear the song. Be blessed, Melissa in Texas, USA, 2019
Hi Paul. Great to hear you today on Pat Kenny radio show. As a non tech person how do I get to download your great new song with the surprise ending. Thanks for keeping the music alive for us all. Keep safe. Robert
Just downloaded ur new song, very nice in these dark times. Take care.
Hi Paul, Just listened to your new recording on Pat Kenny Show, it was so beautiful. You’r a great song writer, you made my day. God bless you & stay safe. + 70 years.
Catching up on some of my favourite music whilst Locked down, and Just realised it's 35 years since I first heard your music. Still not managed to catch you live, so will have to make the effort to come over to NI when this crazy time is over.
Hi Paul, just playing hoobadooba. Boy your finger was on the pulse for that moment in time. a life long album a real treat. Thanks for memories. Keep rockin (the granddad of irish rock n roll)
First crossed paths when you were with the Johnston's when was that late 60's and have enjoyed your output of and on ever since. So now that I have time to say it thank you for all the enjoyment
Paul, enjoying your songs as ever under quarantine. Thank you for the tab for Arthur McBride, it's the perfect time to put a bit of time into learning something.
I’m incredibly late to the party as I’ve only just discovered you, but by God you’re an astonishing artist!!! You have become the soundtrack to Lockdown! When all this is over any plans to come to Liverpool or Manchester?
Truly a legend. Thanks for keeping the fire burning!
Hey Paul, your songs are a constant source of joy and inspiration as a musician. Your music is like no other, and I tell anyone I can about you, and share your songs with all who will listen. Have a great day, hope you are well!
A few years ago a friend introduced me to your music.
Anita Lock from Oberlin, Ohio! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your music, Paul!!!
Dear Paul thank you for your touching song The Homes of Donegal. I visited this area a year ago and will be back this year. Every time I listen to the pleasant memories of this earth, tears flow from my eyes. This year I will visit you listening to your wonderful song.
Hi Paul - just wondered if there is any chance that you will be doing an English concert this year along with Andy, Donal and Kevin. It is far too long since the last London gig at the Barbican and, having followed your music for over 50 years, we just want more!!
Was thinking about Bonnie Raitt show in NY last year and was struck by her face and voice when speaking of you. The eyes tell all.
Hi Paul... you kindly signed your cd covers for in '95 and we first met in Liverpool on your Birthday, same year. Last met you at The Cotton Club in Japan, 2015.
Paul, Have always told loved ones and friends that at my funeral ,I wanted “The Island” played. The guitar solo alone is an inspiration. I have since been through anxiety and depression therapy and treatment and that and many of your other songs have lifted me and inspired me. Oh What a World never fails to raise me up. Love the pop songs and although I am not Irish, the traditional stuff makes me feel I am. I wrote a song called “Time and Time Again”, greatly inspired by you. Thank you for your music and your heart. Mark
Dear Mr. Brady,