Liam Reilly
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1955-01-29
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Liam Reilly

Liam Reilly Biography (Wikipedia)

Liam Reilly (born 29 January 1955, Dundalk) is an Irish singer/songwriter and a member of the group Bagatelle. Bagatelle were formed in 1978 by drummer Walter (Wally) McConville along with bass player Ken Doyle and guitarist John O’Brien. In 1980 while recording the band's debut album, Reilly had received and offer from Gus Dudgeon (Elton John's producer, who has since died) to begin a solo career in return for leaving the other band members to their own devices. However Reilly refused and insisted on sticking by the other members as they had done the same for him until that point. After leaving the group in the mid-1980s he moved to Savannah, Georgia and began a solo career. In this time he recorded an album called Savannah Serenade which featured much of Reilly's keyboards and vocals. In 1988 he was a finalist in the Irish heats of the Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Lifeline". Reilly came back to arrive second in the event in 1990 with "Somewhere in Europe". He performed this at the Eurovision Song Contest 1990 staged in Zagreb and was placed joint second out of the 22 entries. As a composer, Reilly returned to Eurovision in Rome in 1991 where his song "Could It Be That I'm In Love", performed by Kim Jackson, was placed equal tenth.

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