The day after his concert (almost sold out!) at the Grand Opera House, acclaimed singer/songwriter Paul Carrack joins the BBC’s Ralph McLean to discuss his career and his songwriting in a special free event for Belfast International Arts Festival in its 60th anniversary edition.
First broadcast on BBC Radio Ulster 30 November. Also available on BBC Sounds until 30 December 2022:
Paul Carrack is a British singer/songwriter who was born in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. He has played with many successful bands over the years including Ace, Squeeze, Mike & The Mechanics and Roxy Music. He has also toured extensively as a session musician and enjoyed success as a solo artist. His most recent album is One on One, released in September 2021 and an amazing set of 9 soulful new compositions and one great cover Behind Closed Doors.
Please note that this event will be recorded by BBC Radio Ulster for broadcast at a later date.
Venue is accessible.
Cafe and bar will close during recording