From Busker Man
Irish and British influences combine to encourage Jimmy Hennessy to make his music. A definitive folk sound mashed up with easy going ballads and vocal based music help him to propel his superb voice into the airwaves. Previously mentioned on Alternative Fruit, and loads of radio play already means that people all over the place are familiar with his distinguished tones. Taking the path of an artist, Jimmy Hennessy has turned down the high stress world of superstar music. Where the artist becomes the puppet and the puppeteer the investors, if all we want is adoration then maybe it's the way forward. Most of us realise that the illusion of the stage plus the illusion of the product leaves no room for a real person. Jimmy wants to do things the right way and make his name for being good at what he does.
It's ironic that he chose to call his latest single from the new album by the name of the song that made him famous. The title is about all that remains the same, with a much more homely feel the new sound makes us feel comfortable with Jimmy as he sits beside us. It opens with a whistled melody that with an upbeat swagger still remains slightly blue. Life is often like this, there's hardly ever a moment where we haven't something else on our mind. Piano chords spell out a pretty melody which become guitar strings as the vocals begin to soar. Emotional and fire glow qualities shine from the highly accessible sound. Catchy rhythms keep the song in a sweet marching pace and lyrics about finally making our way to where we want to be give us all a reason to feel warm inside.
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