Welcome to the Paul Brady website. ‘About’ takes you to a biography, the lyrics of all my songs, all my musical collaborations and former incarnations, a list of the many artists who’ve covered my songs and the songwriters I’ve co-written with over the years. There’s also a Press and reviews page so you can see what you’re letting yourself in for. Tablature for some of my acoustic guitar arrangements appears under ‘Misc’.
Visit the ‘PeeBee Store’ to listen to or download CDs and individual songs. Purchase CDs and DVDs by mail-order. Download printed music. Find lots of rarities, live concerts, out-takes, b-sides, alternative mixes and demos not available anywhere else. Check out the gallery and videos section to see some of the dodgy haircuts and shapes thrown over the years.
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Thank you for visiting us. Paul Brady

New Releases

ILHYT final Tunecore
 On March 25th 2016 I’m releasing three songs…’SAY YOU DON’T MEAN’, ‘I LIKE HOW YOU THINK’ and ‘HIM’… written with New York based Paul Muldoon, Irish Pulitzer Prize winning poet. Completely different to anything I have done to date, I’m excited by this new direction and look forward to writing more with Paul. Available on the PeeBee Store. 

Paul Brady Live at Rockpalast

paul brady rockplatzOn 8th December 1983 I played a concert with my band in Hamburg’s Markthalle televised by the legendary German TV series ‘Rockpalast’.

In the band at the time were drummer Terry Williams…on loan from Dire Straits who were on down time, Bassist Mickey Feat, Electric guitarist Phil Palmer and on keyboards and Hammond Organ the late Kenny Craddock. My second album ‘True For You’ was not long out so we concentrated on those songs mostly..Not The Only One, Steel Claw, Take Me Away, Dance The Romance and Helpless Heart as well as a few faves like Crazy Dreams. We were all pretty exhausted having driven across from England in a freezing cold van with no sleep so it was a surreal experience playing through a mental fog for an audience seeing me for the first time. Looking back at it all these years later on this newly released DVD/CD pack, it comes across a lot better than I remember it. A long ago look into the young me slowly finding my voice. Available at

The Vicar St Sessions Volume 1

Vicar St Session
Hi all, 
We are pleased to reveal that the new Paul Brady album ‘The Vicar Street Sessions Vol 1’ on Proper Records (PRPCD128) is set for release on April 27th 2015. This first volume of recordings from the now legendary month of Dublin shows in 2001 has 13 tracks with guests featuring in order of appearance, Mark Knopfler, Gavin Friday & Maurice Seezer, Sinéad O’Connor, Van Morrison, Bonnie Raitt, Curtis Stigers, Ronan Keating, Eleanor McEvoy, Mary Black, Maura O’Connell and Moya Brennan (aka Máire Ní Bhraonáin) plus four songs from Paul and his band. 
From this site in the PeeBee store the album is available to pre-order in CD form (mail order), 320 kbps mp3 download (complete album only) and in limited edition high quality 180gm virgin vinyl double album with double gatefold sleeve (1000 individually hand numbered and signed by Paul and available only from this site). All pre-orders will be serviced on April 27th.
The album can also be pre-ordered from Amazon (http://smarturl.it/5r92vh ), iTunes (http://smarturl.it/ovsemt) or Proper Records (http://smarturl.it/ozb99q) in their usual formats. For those wanting to know more about the event itself please see the archives page.

Back In The Saddle

Hi all. Things are moving very fast. Last week I played guitar and piano onstage for the first time since the Gig For Gaza in Dublin’s Olympia Theatre last September. A month ago I wasn’t sure if I’d ever play again. I’m finally realising that I can do it now. Still stiff and a little sore but getting better all the time.

But I wasn’t expecting to be working so soon. I had planned some shows in April and May because …well, you have to plan shows way in advance even before you know if you can do them! I was looking forward to Feb and March to complete my recovery and was confident. But now I’m being asked to play with the Ulster Orchestra in The Waterfront Theatre, Belfast on Mar 3 for a BBC TV recording of a St Patrick’s Day show and…I’m going to do it. I plan to sing two songs, a new song called Oceans Of Time and Nobody Knows. Then it’s concerts in Limerick (April 10), Ratoath (23 & 24 April), Cork (25 April) and Dublin (May 15) all details on the tour dates page.Read More