A homegrown singer from Inis Mór will be taking to the stage to dazzle audiences in TG4’s latest music show Buille next month.
Buille is a brand-new, exciting and edgy music show that shines a light on some of the most talented and diverse musicians in Ireland today.
Filmed in front of a live audience in the iconic Dolan’s in Limerick – one of the country’s best and buzziest music venues – presenters Eve Belle and Cian McCarthy were on hand to showcase an eclectic mix of top-tier performances: we had everything from hip hop to jazz, rock to R&B.
On Sunday, May 7 on TG4 at 10:35pm Pádraig Jack from Inis Mór will take to the stage.
Pádraig, who was born and raised on the Aran Islands, is proudly bilingual and writes music in both Irish and English.
Pádraig’s debut album ‘Making Sand’ was released in September 2020. It was named the RTÉ Radio Album of the Week and garnered critical acclaim at home and abroad.
He joined Dubliner Damien Dempsey on a sold-out tour of Ireland including shows in Cyprus Avenue, Róisín Dubh, Dolan’s, The Set Theatre and TF Royal as well as Vicar St. last October.
He also wrote and recorded a song for the legendary Foster and Allen and performed it with the duo for a recording in the Pepper Canister Church in March 2022.
Pádraig released his stunning single ‘Making Sand’ on May 13, the titular song of his album released later that year.
Also featuring in this episode are Eve Belle, Riptide Movement and Ta Narrative.
Buille is made by Tyrone Productions for TG4, and broadcasts on the channel each Sunday. All six episodes are available to watch here: Buille.