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Damien Dempsey is famous Irish singer and also a brilliant songwriter. Damien was born and brought up in Donaghmede, which is a Northside suburb of Dublin. Music has always been the inclination for Damien, his earliest musical influences come from the post-pub musical sessions that were held in his parents house when he was a toddler.

By the time he had completed his secondary school, he attended the Ballyfermot "Rock School" for 2 years. It was there that he studied musical performance and management, and his first EP, "The Contender" was released in 1995 on the school's record label. In the year 1997, his first commercial single "Dublin Town" was released and reached number 18 in the Irish music charts. The Irish music magazine "Hot Press" praised the single, remarking that it was "..an underground anthem for disaffected youth and closet balladeer alike". His first album, titled "They Don't Teach This Shit In School" and released in 2000, contained a re-recorded version of this song.

Taking a long break for tour and working on his next record, Damien had his next release in 2002, the "Negative Vibes EP" featured Sinéad O'Connor on the title track and led to an invitation to support Sinéad on her 2002/2003 Irish, UK and European tour. Tabloid rumours arose that Damien was the father of Sinead's third child while they toured.

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Damien's second full-length album, "Seize the Day", was released in May 2003 in Ireland on Clear Records via Sony and entered the charts in its first week of release at No. 5. It has since achieved double-platinum sales. Released in May 2004 in the UK on IRL, the album was awarded "CD of the Week" in the Sunday Times and received enthusiastic reviews in the National and music press.

Nominated in 4 categories in the 2004 Irish Meteor Music Awards, Damien walked away with two, the only 2004 double winner.

A documentary, "It's All Good: The Damien Dempsey Story" by independent filmmaker Dara McCluskey, that followed Damien's career progression up to the release of "Seize the Day", was broadcast on Ireland's national television station RTÉ and shown at film festivals in Ireland and New York. Shows how far Damien Dempsey has come in becoming a Platinum selling artist"It's All Good: The Damien Dempsey Story" 52 Minute Documentary online During 2004 Damien toured extensively headlining his own shows as well as supporting Bob Dylan during the Irish leg of his European tour and making his debut appearances at The Fleadh and Womad.

He has earned the passionate support of his peers, one of whom is Morrissey who invited Damien to support him on various UK and Irish dates as well as his autumn 2004 US tour. Morrissey went on to sign Damien to his Attack label, and "Seize the Day" had its U.S. release in October 2004. Following the success of his two previous releases, his third album, "Shots", simultaneously released in Ireland and the UK in March 2005 entered the Irish album charts at Number 1.

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