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Sunday, 18 August 2013 01:00

Ireland: Marc Roberts Tops iTunes Country Chart

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Marc Roberts, a successful singer/songwriter from Ireland who represented his nation at the 1997 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest achieving second place with Mysterious Woman written by John Farry is experiencing a new surge of positive acclaim with his latest studio album. Now & Then is the name of the latest collection, the fifth of Roberts' career and one which sees him go back to basics as he performs country, a genre which he describes as his 'first love'. The release date set for the 16th August set the sales alight and as a matter of fact, the album has managed to top the country charts on digital store, iTunes whilst retaining a respectable top fifty position within the mainstream charts. 

The studio album consists of eighteen (18) songs, eleven (11) of which have been recorded in recent months and seven (7) recorded a couple of years back. Marc Roberts is an outstanding vocalist and almost continued the Irish success at the Eurovision Song Contest, only to succumb to the United Kingdom and their entry Love Shine a Light performed by Katrina and the Waves. He unsuccessfully tried to return to the Eurovision Song Contest back in 2008 with the song Chances but was left behind as Dustin The Turkey won the pre-selection with Irlande Douze Points. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the latest news.

Source: Official Website


Last modified on Sunday, 18 August 2013 01:23