Live on TG4 9.30pm

Anyone wishing to attend the show - doors open 8.30pm

Quays Galway City

First Elimination Night



Thanks a million for your messages of support tonight I really do appreciate it. I'am back again on Glór Tíre Tues. 30th Jan 9.30pm singing 2 more songs plus a duet with Mike Denver
To vote for me text GLOR3 to 53307 (ROI) 60999 (NI)
#glortíre2018 #colinfahymusic #thanksforyoursupport



Delighted to announce that I been selected to be a contestant in the new series of Glor Tire which will kick of on the 9th Jan
The country music talent show ‘Glór Tíre‘ returns to the Quays in Galway on the 9th Jan.2018 as the hunt for Irelands best country talent continues. With help from Ireland’s biggest country music stars six contestants battle it out. #countrymusic #finalist #glortire



Don't forget to tune into Midlands 103 tomorrow morning I will be on with Will Faulkner 11.15am! Singing a Xmas Cover 'This Christmas' by Picture This #colinfahymusic #acoustic #midlands103




U can now listen to my songs via Spotify! Enjoy!!




More great news!! I've been selected to be a finalist in this years Tipperary International Songwriting Contest. Contestants from Boston, USA, from Miami, Florida, and from various parts of Ireland, North and South, will compete on Saturday November 18th in the Tipperary Excel, Tipperary Town. Supported by IMRO Ireland #songwriters #originalsongs#colinfahymusic



Delighted to be nominated in the Entertainer of the Year Category for this years Weddingsonline Awards. If you wish to vote for me I would appreciate it. Only take a few seconds





‘A Song for Galway to ignite pride Galway Bayside’ (A Review from Marty McCool Music Reviews–  Latest Galway Music Release ‘A Song For Galway’ is a new, original Irish Folk song by local Singer/Songwriter Colin Fahy, written especially for the Tribesmens’ 2017 campaign for a first Liam McCarthy Cup since 1988.  Essentially a folk–ballad, Colin Fahy’s wonderful song possesses resonant, meaningful lyrics and contains Galway touchstones and references – such as 'The West Awake' and ‘The Galway Shawl’ – that are sure to revive memories and sentiments for many Galweigians around the world.  The song also contains no small dosage of Galway, Maroon pride! ‘A Song For Galway’ is partially a memorial to the late, great Tony Keady and the song has certainly done his memory and legacy full justice, so congratulations to Colin Fahy on that front.  Colin Fahy’s composition will go down as one of the all–time great Galway Songs automatically taking its place alongside such classics as The Saw Doctors’ song ‘N17’ and Mundy’s ‘Galway Girl’.  ‘A Song For Galway’ is suffused with Maroon Galway pride and I can envisage this song being sung on manys a late night in Galway pubs for decades to come.  As GAA Songs go perhaps this one more closely resembles Wexford’s 1996 All–Ireland Anthem ‘Purple And Gold’(which was co–written and performed by Brendan Wade of Cry Before Dawn with Paul Bell under the banner of the Wild Swans) than the more rocky 2012 famous Donegal tune ‘Jimmy’s Winning Matches’.  I personally think that ‘A Song For Galway’ has good potential for a single/CD release and I very much hope that proves to be the case.  ‘A Song For Galway’ is a fantastic and substantial piece of songwriting from an emerging Galway Artist who has the potential to go a long, long way in the fiercely competitive world of Music.  I fully hope that the success he thoroughly deserves comes his way...”(Marty McCool Music Reviews, Bearna, Gaillimh, 2017)

Marty McCool(Marty McCool Music Promotions) has worked with some world–class artists over the years, including Chicagoan Singer Michael McDermott–Murphy (Stephen King’s Favourite Singer) and Heather Horton–Murphy, Wexford Folk legend Darren Byrne, Liam O’Flynn of Planxty and Steve Wickham of The Waterboys/NoCrows, Maria Doyle Kennedy and Kieran Kennedy, the Keane Family(Sean, Dolores and Matt) here in Galway, Eurovision star Mickey(Joe) Harte, LA–based Piano Artist Robbie McDonald and James Kilbane to name just some, and he feels that “Galway is the perfect town to be if you’re a musician or a busker.  It’s a very cool scene here and there is an audience and place for everyone.”




Heres a song I wrote for the Galway Hurlers!! Its also in memory of the late great Tony Keady. Big thanks to the multi-talented Paul Gurney (Producer) Please like, share & tag #asongforgalway#thewestawake #galway #tonykeady


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