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BEN GLOVER

As Gleann Airm ar chósta Aontroma ó dhúchas, tá clú idirnáisiúnta anois ar an cheoltóir/scríbhneoir Ben Glover. Sáite sa cheol le linn a shaoil ar fad, chuaigh fuaim leithleach Bob Dylan agus Tom Waits go mór i bhfeidhm air agus lean Ben ar aghaidh lena chéad EP "The Ballad Of Carla Boome" a thaifeadadh lena bhanna "The Earls". I mí Lúnasa 2007, tháinig sé faoi spotsolas an phobail mhóir nuair a chuaigh sé féin agus na Earls go Nashville lena chéad albam a thaifeadadh le JD Foster i stiúideonna Blackbird. Ó shin i leith cheol Ben le cuid mhór ceoltóirí aitheanta, ina measc Vince Gill, John Deaderick, Mickey Raphael, and Jim Lauderdale.

 


Ben was influenced by the original sounds of Bob Dylan and Tom Waits. Eagar to pursue a career in the music world, Ben recorded his first EP The Ballad Of Carla Boome with his band The Earls. His big break came in August 2007, when JD Foster showed an interest in producing his album. So Ben Glover & The Earls travelled to Nashville to record the debut album in Studio A in Blackbird Studios. Since then Ben has sang with many recognisable names: Vince Gill, John Deaderick, Mickey Raphael, and Grammy Award winner Jim Lauderdale, to name a few.

 

 

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