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ARTIST: Tony Villiers
BIRTHDATE: Somewhere down the road some way
HOMETOWN: Armagh City, Northern Ireland
CURRENT LOCATION: On the move
AMBITIONS: To see the sun rise
TURN-OFFS: False hope
DREAM GIG: Gerde’s Folk City, New York, April 11th 1961
Now the Union Central is pullin’ out
The orchids are in bloom
I’ve only got me one good shirt left
And it smells of stale perfume
In fourteen months I’ve only smiled once
And I didn’t do it consciously
Somebody’s got to find your trail
I guess it’s gonna be up to me
CRAZIEST PERSON I KNOW: Me, 2.24am.
SONG I WISH I WROTE: Visions of Johanna
5 PEOPLE I’D MOST LIKE TO HAVE DINNER WITH: Apart from my family, Woody Guthrie, Huddie Ledbetter, Bob Dylan, Neil Armstrong and Joey Dunlop
MY FAVORITE CONCERT EXPERIENCE: John Prine, Vicar Street, Dublin, 2013 or the 30+ Dylan shows I’ve seen.
I WROTE THIS SONG: Late at night in an attic room above a Turkish Barbershop in Belfast