The 4 Of Us have been a part of Irish music history for over a quarter of a century.
Formed and fronted by Newry brothers Brendan and Declan Murphy they shot to fame in 1989 with their debut album Songs for the Tempted which featured the massive hits Mary and Drag My Bad Name Down – songs which remain anthems to this day. The follow up Man Alive made Q magazines prestigious Top 50 Albums of 1992 and included the UK Top 30 hit She Hits Me.
Over the years they’ve remained a constant presence both in the charts and on the airwaves notching up six top 20 charting albums and over two decades of radio hits. o date, the Murphy brothers have notched up an enviable catalogue of timeless songs, including six top 20 Irish charting albums with their music also featured extensively on American, UK, and Irish TV soundtracks.
They released their seventh studio album Sugar Island in Autumn 2016 to widespread acclaim confirming their place as one of Irelands favourite musical acts.
Given their skill and experience it’s no surprise that their live shows are a masterclass of musicianship, stagecraft and emotion. Their gig last year in The Balor was simply sensational so inviting them back was a no-brainer. Come and see why.
“Never before have I been to a gig where the atmosphere has been so electric” – The Irish News
“The song choices hit home, delight the crowd and serve as a timely reminder of just how many good songs in the tank they have” – Irish Independent