Artist: Don Mescall
Title: Lighthouse Keeper
Release Date: 02 November 2018
Don Mescall will be releasing his second studio album, "Lighthouse Keeper", on 2nd November 2018. His first studio album "Innocent Run" was published quite a while ago by Curb in 2006. But good things take their time and the long wait for "Lighthouse Keeper" has been worth it.
Even if many years have passed between the two albums, the singer and songwriter from Limerick in the Republic of Ireland has not been resting on his laurels. For example, he wrote "Magdalen Laundry" for Francis Black, "Broken Crown" for Brian Kennedy, "We Could Be Lovers" for Sharon Corr and the hit "Too Late for Hallelujah" for the Irish rock band Aslan. For Nathan Carter he wrote three number 1 hits in succession, including "Wanna Dance" and "Livin' the Dream". These artists and many others have now come together to give musical support to Don Mescall on the album "Lighthouse Keeper".
In February 2017, the Irish World newspaper presented Don Mescall with the Lifetime Achievement Award for Services to the Music Industry. This was followed by an award as Songwriter of the Year from the Irish Post daily newspaper in August 2017 and in May 2018 Hot Country TV awarded him the International Songwriter of the Year Award.
Don Mescall is also very comfortable on stage, appearing at the Harvest Festival in 2017 before an audience of 6,000. At the 2017 Rose of Tralee International Festival he played in the supporting act for Nathan Carter before an audience of 4,000. He scored great success at the C2C Dublin in 2018 and also appeared at the celebrated Byline Festival.
|02||Sunday Drive (feat. Nathan Carter)|
|03||Look How Far We've Come (feat. Frances Black)|
|04||Constant Angel (feat. Brian Kennedy)|
|05||Not too Ordinary Day (feat. Paul Brady)|
|06||All Alone (feat. Christy Dignam)|
|07||Missing Pieces (feat. Lisa McHugh)|
|08||Love Me Right Now (feat. Stella Parton)|
|09||Didn't We Shine (feat. Stephanie Urbina Jones)|
|10||Home (Live Studio Performance)|
|11||Stormy Weather Friend (feat. Sharon Corr)|
|12||The Last Song (feat. Maura O'Connell)|