Paddy McHugh ‘27 Weeks’ Single Launch Brisbane
Seasoned folk/punk troubadour Paddy McHugh plays his hometown of Brisbane to celebrate the release of his new single '27 Weeks', This devastatingly sad yet beautiful song is the story of a bloke from Wollongong who loses his job due to circumstances beyond his control. He is forced to figure out how to make ends meet, so he gets creative. After all he has mouths to feed. It’s dodgy, but it works. He wants to find employment again and he is looking. It’s been 27 weeks. But he ain’t found nothing yet. It is the story of one man but the reality of many. Produced by the formidable Dan Parsons this track is Paddy at his finest.
Come and celebrate the release of new music! Paddy will be joined on the night by mate/songstress Sue Ray.
The new single drops on September 15. Preorder/buy here: https://snd.click/27Weeks
Paddy McHugh is a traditionalist singer songwriter who adheres to the time honoured approach of using music to tell a good story. His honest no bullshit approach to writing and performance has seen him invited to share the stage with some of the world’s best local and international acts such as Sinead O’Connor, Damien Dempsey, Joe Pug, Eddie Spaghetti, Kinky Friedman and Hayes Carll to name but a few. Paddy has previously played at notable festivals such as The Gympie Muster, Woodford Folk Festival, The National Folk Festival and every dive bar, hall, pub and backyard in between both in Australia and the USA. In his hard working approach to his craft Paddy has shown that the troubadour spirit is today alive and well. Paddy’s songs are raw, convincing and superbly delivered. To date Paddy has released two records and is in the throes of birthing his third release due 2024. Paddy lives in Brisbane with his kids, partner, chickens and needy cat.
Doors at 8:00 PM.
$35 on the door.