Likes mucho has happened for Mr. Hagan since he first posted his deeply delightful Dino-tribute with pallies from all over the known world standin' in absolute awe of his terrific talent and his absolute awe of our most beloved Dino. Today we are thrilled to return with more noteworthy news on Daire from the pages of the internet pad of "Belfast Live." Scribed by Miss Shauna Carr (pictured on thee left), who btw was the reporter who first broke news on Daire's talent and awe of our Dino, which is the link above. Miss Corr's most recent Daire focused words is tagged "Northern Ireland's young 'Dean Martin' defers university to chase singing dream with MAC show" and is shared below.
As you will read, Daire is postponin' his start of university, takin' a year to pursue his Dino-dream of makin' it big in show business. Likes to that end, Daire will begin a tour on November 3 with a gig at Belfast's Metropolitan Arts Centre (MAC). We are so so excited for our Dino-diggin' Deanager and ilovedinomartin wishes Mr. Daire O'Hagan the very Dino-best as he pursues his Dino-dream. Youse can find Daire's facebook page HERE, which has among other thin's a number of his Dino-croons.
We here at ilovedinomartin thanks Miss Shauna Corr and all the pallies at "Belfast Live" for spreadin' this wonderful news on Daire, and, of course., we thanks Deanager Daire for his devotion to our Dino and helpin' others of today's youth to be deeply drawn to our Dino as well. To checks this awesome article out in it's original source, likes simply clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram.
Yours in Dino,
Dino Martin Peters
Northern Ireland's young 'Dean Martin' defers university to chase singing dream with MAC show
Daire O'Hagan's incredible talent will be on show in Belfast soon
21:23, 20 OCT 2018
Daire has taken a year out to pursue his dream
You might remember him as the teenager with a voice like Dean Martin and a truly old soul...
Well Daire O'Hagan is back and this time he has a show at Belfast's MAC.
The 18-year-old said he dreams of a life belting out Rat Pack hits so badly he has deferred his place at university to go for it.
He told Belfast Live: "I am lucky to have a lot of support.
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"I didn't really know what I wanted to do and put this and that down for university. I was going to do construction and then I changed to finance.
"But my mum said 'If you're putting on a show - take a year out and do it'."
Daire said he thinks his mother was worried he would spend the year complaining he had so much to, so he took the leap, with his mum right right behind him.
"Hopefully it will go well," he added.
"It's been a really big learning curve for me talking to theatres. The singing is much easier than doing the organising."
Daire has gathered followers all over the world with his amazing Rat Pack renditions on social media.
But he said the dream for him is to trot the globe with his very own big band.
"Michael Buble is doing what I want to do," he added.
"If I could have his band I would I would be happy."
This 17-year-old's singing voice and youthful looks do not match up
For now though, he has his sights set on selling out the MAC in November.
Although nervous about the event and all it means, he said: "I will give it a go and hopefully after that I will take it on the road."
Daire is performing a line up of big band classics with the backing of a seven piece he met through Portadown Schools Band.
"Getting the tickets sold is the most nerve wracking part," he added.
If you would like to see the talented young crooner take on Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra classics, you can get tickets for the November 3 event here .
He will be supported on the night by "above and beyond voice" Brendan Quinn, Irish showband singer Sandy Kelly and country talent Niamh Lynn.