Stuart Moyles back with new song

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NEW TUNES Irish-country-music singer Stuart Moyles.

Henry McGlade

Ballina-based Irish-country-music star Stuart Moyles is back on the scene with a new song, which he penned himself, entitled ‘Westport Town’ – a lively dance number that is sure to get dancers on the floor.
Stuart Moyles is strongly influenced by the likes of Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, Declan Nerney, Mick Flavin and Big Tom. From a young age, he was no stranger to the stage, first starting out as a drummer and singer along with his two brothers in a group called The Revival. He then performed with Trevor Moyles’s band for a number of years.
Moyles released his second album, ‘Live at Hiney’s Lounge Crossmolina’, in the McWilliam Park Hotel last year. The album was recorded in front of a full house, and tracks that struck a chord with the enthusiastic crowd include the ever-popular ‘Wagon Wheel’, ‘Hills Of Donegal’ and ‘Where Did You Meet Her?’.
The past year has been very busy for Stuart, with trips to Spain, Portugal, Glasgow, Blackpool and London, as well as gigs all over Ireland – including the Bonniconlon Show, Bangor Erris Reunion and the Ballycory Festival, where he went down a storm.
A video for his single ‘Westport Town’ will be filmed in Westport sometime in the coming weeks.