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After a hiatus of 16 years since their initial major hit, three iconic pop stars from the Noughties have thrilled fans by confirming their reunion for a brand-new single. Nelly Furtado spilled the beans, announcing her collaboration with Justin Timberlake and Timbaland. This revelation brought immense joy to fans who still hold a special place for their 2007 chart-topper "Give It To Me." The talented vocalist behind "I'm Like a Bird," now 44 years of age, disclosed that over the […]
Sinéad O’Connor, acclaimed Dublin singer, dies aged 56. The family of the singer expressed profound sorrow as they announced the passing of their beloved Sinéad. They shared that her family and friends are devastated and have asked for privacy during this challenging period. The highly-regarded Dublin artist had an impressive career, having released 10 studio albums. One of her most renowned songs, "Nothing Compares 2 U," written by the musician Prince, received global acclaim and was honored as the number […]
The band, The Script, have announced the passing of their guitarist and much loved friend, Mark Sheehan, at the age of 46 due to a short illness. The statement released by the band, known for popular songs like "Man Who Can't Be Moved," "Superheroes," and "Hall of Fame," described Mark as a beloved husband, father, brother, band member, and friend who passed away following a short illness. Mark was formerly a member of the band MyTown along with Danny O' […]
Origionaly from Clonmel in Tipperary Eamonn can be heard on Radio Stations across Ireland and the UK and also DJ's across the country. Eamonn always had a huge love of music with Armin Van Buuren and Tiesto as his influences Eamonn brings his personality and passion to Freedom FM where he presents The Friday Night Mix from 8-10pm
Paul is one of Ireland’s top Trance DJs since the 1990s and is dedicated to the world of Trance music over 3 decades later. A long time ago in the late 1980s, electronic music was discovered by Paul in Dublin and as Ireland was not known for this style of music, he knew it was going to be a difficult road ahead, to promote this music.Then came Acid house music to the UK and the era of Ecstacy was found and the introduction of the rave scene was born in the 1990s. Paul travelled to Cream in Liverpool and The Ministry of Sound in London, to study the scene. Eventually, the rave scene arrived in Ireland, with the underground clubs popping up all over Dublin, then the rest of Ireland.
Growing up the radio was never not on in our home, and I was always fascinated with the Presenters and DJs and how they always made you feel like you were in the room with them, so I got myself a Casio voice recorder and would record myself on tapes pretending I had my own radio show.
I currently present a pop music programme on Monday between 6pm and 8pm UK/IRL time where I play the best in music from the 90s and noughties and include two features: ‘This week in the 90s and noughties’, revisiting headlines from that period, and ‘Birthday Share’, highlighting which celebrities and famous people you share your birthday with.