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Megan O’Neill to release album Ghost of You in June

The album will be launched at an exclusive event next week.

Megan O'Neill
Credit: Megan O'Neill

Megan O’Neill will release her debut full-length album Ghost of You on 8th June 2018.

The Irish singer-songwriter co-wrote the album in Nashville last year with Jeff Cohen (Sugarland, The Band Perry, Big & Rich) and Victoria Banks (Lauren Alaina, Sara Evans, The Shires). It features the singles Ghost of You and Why I Need You, along with new single Without.

Talking about the record O’Neill says, “I feel like this is probably the most straight modern country track on the album – fun loving and a good one to dance to!”

Megan O'Neill - Ghost of You

Credit: Megan O’Neill

“I am very excited to share this album with the public – my first full length record and a year’s worth of work. I’m really proud of it as a whole; the songs, the production, the arrangements, the artwork, everything. As Kate Bush said “Albums are like diaries” – so this album for me is a few years worth of journaling!”

O’Neill will celebrate the release of Ghost of You with an exclusive album launch event at 229 in London on 26th April 2018, presented by TalentBanq and sponsored by Campfire Gin.

The full list of tour dates for O’Neill in the coming months is

April 23rd – The Cluny 2, Newcastle w/ Jenn Bostic)
April 26th – 229 Great Portland St
May 1st – Bush Hall, London (w/ Jenn Bostic)
May 2nd – Gullivers, Manchester (w/ Jenn Bostic)
June 13th – Billercay
June 15th – Sheffield
June 16th – Woodside Hotel, Aberdour Scotland
June 23rd – Spalding
June 27th – Sheraton Hotel, Hannover, Germany
June 28th – Hannover, Germany
June 29th – Sound Garden Concerts – Duisburg, Germany
June 30th – Weilrod, Germany
July 1st – Landgasthof Zur Linde – Weilrod, Germany

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